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Posted by: Bingo | 2010/09/22

Tax Deduction

I have successfully won my case at the CCMA, and was awarded 6 months salary from my previous employer.

I did receive the money however the tax portion is more than double what I use to pay.

Surely the tax deduction should be treated as a normal salary.

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re: Tax Deduction

You may contact the Receiver of Revenue and ask for the refund.

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Posted by: JR | 2010/09/27

Depends on your benefits you had and tax implications on them. Did you have medical? If you had there is a tax benefit there which you would not have now with just the salary payout. But ask SARS, they would be able to assist.

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Posted by: Labour Lawyer | 2010/09/23

re: Tax Deduction

You may contact the Receiver of Revenue and ask for the refund.

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