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SARS VAT AND PAYE REGISTRATIONS

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SARS PAYE/SDL/UIF Registration

All employees and company directors who earn a salary, wage, commission, etc above the threshold and work more than 24 hours a month, are liable for normal tax and must register with SARS.

According to law, an employer must register with the South African Revenue Service (SARS) after becoming an employer, unless none of the employees or directors are liable for normal tax. An employer who is obliged to register for employees tax (PAYE) purposes is also obliged to register for UIF contribution purposes at SARS and where an employer expects that the total salaries, wages, commission, etc will be more than R500 000 over the next 12 months, that employer also becomes liable to pay SDL and must register accordingly for this type.

We can assist to register you business with SARS for PAYE/SDL/UIF in a quick and easy manner.

SARS PAYE/SDL/UIF
Registration

SARS VAT Registration

You must register your business for Value Added Tax (VAT) if the total value of taxable goods or services (sales income) is more than R1 million in a 12-month period, or is expected to exceed this amount over the next 12 months.

A business may also register voluntarily if the income earned in the past 12-month period exceeded R50 000.

VAT is levied at a standard rate of 15% on the supply of goods and services by registered vendors. There is a limited range of goods and services which are subject to VAT at the zero rate or are exempt from VAT.

We can assist to register you business with SARS for VAT in a quick and easy manner…

SARS VAT Registration