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Cecil Kilpin | April 2023 Newsletter

By |2023-04-26T11:28:02+02:00April 26th, 2023|Business, Finance + Economics, Goverment, Newsletter|

Employer Annual Declarations (EMP501): Due 31 May 2023 Employers are required to submit their annual reconciliation declarations (EMP501) that reflect accurate and the latest payroll information about their employees, monthly employer declarations  (EMP201) for PAYE, UIF and SDL; payments made (excluding penalties and interest paid); and employee tax certificates (IRP5/IT3(a)s generated, covering the full tax year from 1 March 2022 to 28 February 2023. To make it easier for you to reconcile, easily and conveniently we would like to draw your attention to essential information that you need to know: Before submitting the annual EMP501 for 2023, employers must submit all outstanding monthly declarations (EMP201) and annual reconciliations (EMP501), as well as make all payments due Employers, Tax Practitioners and [...]

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Cecil Kilpin | February 2017 Newsletter

By |2022-01-21T11:43:57+02:00February 14th, 2017|Business, Newsletter, Tax|

National Budget Day, 22nd February 2017 The Treasury recently confirmed that Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will present South Africa’s National Budget to Parliament on Wednesday, 22nd February 2017. South Africa’s slower economy last year resulted in tax revenues falling well short of expectations, and this shortfall must now be dealt with.  To ‘balance the books’, government spending will have to be cut even more, and taxes will have to be raised. In October 2016, it was proposed in the medium-term budget policy statement (MTBPS) that a further R26-billion in reductions to the public expenditure ceiling would have to be implemented over the next two years.  New tax measures amounting to R13-billion in the 2017-2018 financial year were proposed. Combined with the higher taxes announced in [...]

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