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    biannual PAYE reconciliation

    Can anyone please tell me when the biannual PAYE reconciliation is due (201108 period)?

    I have opened EasyFile Employer and filled in the values on the "Declaration" form. But I can't seem to get it to 'balance' as the "Difference - Liability & Certificate Values" is the same as the Totals.

    Do I need to create an IRP5 for each employee so that it sums these up into the "Total Value of Tax Certificates" section, thereby making the Liability & Due by/to you both Nil ?

    Advice appreciated.
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    Hi Dave

    The recon is due by 31 October 2011.

    Yes, you do need to create an IRP5 for each employee, the IRP5 will be for the period 1 March 2011 to 31 August 2011.

    I see that SARS now has Easyfile version 5.0.2 available for download.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Simmonds View Post
    I see that SARS now has Easyfile version 5.0.2 available for download.


    And I'd just updated to 5.0.1 this last Friday
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    @ Dave_A

    How about a sticky at the top of the tax forum with all the important dates ?

    I'm sure some of the accountant members could easily contribute the info :

    like the dates for :

    1st and 2nd provisional tax forms
    CIPRO returns - what & when
    EMP501's
    Compensation Commission earnings declarations
    Company tax form dates
    Personal income tax deadlines
    Provisional tax deadlines
    etc, etc.

    ... am sure there are many members that could benefit from such a list.

    Maybe even some sort of opt-in mailing list to receive reminders 1 or 2 weeks before due dates ?
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    Great idea, Dave

    In fact I'm fiddling with some "quick fix" possibilities right now.
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    E@asyfile is now on version 5.0.4.

    This constant updating is getting beyond a joke
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