(PHOTO: Sars Commissioner Edward Kieswetter, GCIS)
By Staff Reporter
Tax returns were previously required by SARS to all people earning R350 000. The threshold has been increased to R500,000.
While #TaxSeason2019 will start on 1 August for all taxpayers, digital platforms will be available for efiling from 1 July. pic.twitter.com/ExOJFtyS4q
— SA Gov News (@SAgovnews) June 4, 2019
You will need to meet the following requirements to qualify
- You must receive income from one employer only.
- You must have no other form of income, such as a car allowance, business income, taxable income or money made from renting.
- You must have no additional deductible allowances, such as medical expenses, travel expenses or retirement annuities.