It’s approaching that time of the year again! We’d like to use this blog post to remind you that the employer Interim Reconciliation submission period, which is one of the Bi-Annual Filing periods for the 2022 tax year, will run between 13 September and 31 October 2021.
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SARS has reminded employers that the EMP501 Reconciliation and Tax Certificates must reflect 0% SDL payable for May to August 2020 in terms of the 2020 SDL Payment Holiday.
Employers are to use only one submission channel per filing season for submissions, receiving error reports and re-submission of corrected documents.
Your Return of Earnings is due to the Compensation Fund by 31 May 2021.
The 2021 filing season will soon be open. Please ensure that you complete your filing on time to avoid incurring any penalties with SARS.
Today’s blog post contains a refresher on ETI in addition to a filing reminder for those who have not already done so.
In the blog today we have a reminder for individual and employer filing, as well as an update on COVID-19 TERS.
Today’s blog covers a possible extension to the 35% PAYE deferment, whilst also providing a reminder about interim employer filing.
Consolidatory blog providing information on TERS applications for July and August, as well as information on employer interim reconciliation, new features and recent blogs.
Reminder of the delayed deadline for individual tax returns and update on SARS’ new auto-assessment process.
A friendly reminder about the employer annual reconciliation deadline, as well as information for individual tax returns.
You can now download the files for UIF Declarations that were successfully submitted to the Department of Labour.
An overview of SARS’ employment tax validation process, as well as updates on the SDL payment holiday and the recent expansion to parental leave benefits.
The Interim Employer Reconciliation filing season with SARS is now open and ends on 31 October 2019.
As of 1/3/2019, all employer contributions to Bargaining Council funds should be treated as taxable fringe benefits.
The 2018 Employer Annual Reconciliation filing season is now open. You have until 31 May to submit your EMP501s to SARS.