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Employer Reconciliation Process (ERP) – CRS offers guidance on issues that may arise

The Employer Interim Reconciliation submission season is now open and South African employers are required to comply with the Employer Reconciliation Process and send monthly employer declarations (EMP501) forms that reconcile the taxes collected from employees.

Employer Reconciliation Process – CRS shows you how to reconcile

South African employers are reminded of the need to comply with SARS’ Employer Reconciliation Process and submit an employer reconciliation declaration and an interim Employee Income Tax Certificate for the six-month period 1 March to 31 August 2018.

Employer Reconciliation Process – CRS’ input on how to send the reconciliation declaration

South Africa’s Income Tax Act. No. 58 of 1962 prescribes that employers must deduct the correct amount of tax from employees, pay this amount to SARS on a monthly basis, reconcile these deductions and payments during the annual and interim reconciliation, and issue tax certificates to employees.

CRS Technologies’ step-by-step guide to Employer Reconciliation Process

It is that time of the year again and South African employers must comply with the Employer Reconciliation Process and submit an employer reconciliation declaration and an interim Employee Income Tax Certificate for the six-month period 1 March to 31 August 2018.

A new version of PAYE BRS and impact on Special Economic Zones

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We believe it is critical for business owners to be aware of rapid changes to tax legislation in South African. Fortunately, we have the expertise to guide businesses through the ‘minefield’ of tax legislation and updates. The latest…

SA new version of PAYE BRS published

SA new version of PAYE BRS published 2018 has more than lived up to expectation as a busy and significant chapter in the development of South Africa’s tax system. We endeavour to be one step ahead and ensure that we have all the knowledge…

EMP501 Madness

It’s EMP501 Madness – time for Mid-Year Employer Reconciliation Declarations It is that time of the year… and South African employers are reminded that Employer Reconciliation Declaration (or EMP501) have to be submitted to SARS. The…

Tanzania’s Pension Bill signed into law

In as much as we are cognisant of the changes in South African labour law and feel passionate about the impact regulation has on business, we are just as acutely aware of changes to HR and labour law practices beyond South Africa’s borders……

Injury on duty compensation workshop

We’re running an Injury on Duty Compensation workshop! The COIDA Return of Earnings (ROE) filing season deadline fast approaching, we’ve been inundated with calls for assistance with related calculations, claims, submissions and reporting……

2017 Taxation Laws Amendment Act

As South African businesses face the challenge of a new year, it is important for business leaders to realise the implications of two new pieces of legislation: the Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (TLAB) 2017 and the Tax Administration Laws Amendment…

COIDA, Return of Earnings – CRS can help

South African employers will by now be cognisant of the fact that the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases (COID) Act replaces the Workmen’s Compensation Act, and they have to register with the Compensation Commissioner. The…

Power of One HR and Payroll Database Solution

We’ve always emphasised the value of a single, fully integrated HR & Payroll database. We know that businesses gain a great deal more advantage by leveraging the Power of One than by relying on multiple HR systems.