2022 Provisional Tax Changes

Provisional Tax
A provisional taxpayer is any person who earns income by way of remuneration from an unregistered employer or income that is not remuneration, or an allowance or advance payable by the person’s principal. An individual is not required to pay provisional tax if he or she does not carry on any business, and the individual’s taxable income:

• Will not exceed the tax threshold for the tax year; or
• from interest, dividends, foreign dividends, rental from the letting of fixed property, and remuneration from an unregistered employer will be R30 000 or less for the tax year.

Provisional tax returns showing an estimation of total taxable income for the year of assessment are required from provisional taxpayers. Deceased estates are not provisional taxpayers.