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Failing to plan is, after all, planning to fail which is why chartered accountant and owner of RBK Financial Management Services, Rod Britten-Kelly, highly recommends that a list of essential dates for returns are entered into the diary sooner, rather than later.
“In order for your business’ financial advisor to provide you with the best service and to give you peace of mind, it is imperative that you know what information is required, timeously, in order for them to submit accurate information with your returns within the deadlines’’, explains Rod.
|January||IT12 returns for provisional taxpayers & IT14 returns for companies and close courorations|
|February||IRP6 returns for second payment of provisional tax for individuals / companies and close corporations for the year just ended|
|March||CIPC annual return of turnover due on anniversary date of registration|
|April||EMP 501 for the full tax year ended February and issue of IRP5 certificates|
|August||IRP5 returns for first payment of provisional tax for individuals / companies and close corporations for the current year|
|October||EMP 501 for the 6 month period of the current year|
|November||IT12 returns for non-provisional taxpayers|
|Monthly||EMP 201 returns for PAYE, UIF and SDL are due every month on the 7th of the month following payment|
|Bi-Monthy||VAT 201 returns are due by the 25th of the month after the closing month of reporting.|
Rod explains specific Tax Returns and what is required. Click Here to read the Full Sunday Times article.
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