Friday deadline looms for non-provisional taxpayers

According to Mark Kingon, group executive for operational support at Sars, non-provisional taxpayers have until the close of business on Friday 25 November to file their tax returns either manually or via e-filing.

He says provisional taxpayers have until 31 January 2017 to file their returns.

He explained the distinction between non-provisional and provisional taxpayers as the following:

Non-provisional taxpayers - individuals earning little or no income other than from a salary.

Provisional taxpayers - individuals who earn other forms of income such as investment or rental income.

CapeTalk listeners called in to ask questions on tax returns, listen below:


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