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    UIF - uFiling now available!

    Good news! uFiling is now available

    You can go to www.ufiling.gov.za to file UIF returns if you are a non-SARS paying employer (if you are registered for PAYE/UIF/SDL through SARS then use the SARS eFiling website.)

    This should make registering domestic workers etc., filing returns, and making payments to the UIF a lot quicker and easier.

    I messed up my registration, so I have to wait for them to fix that before I can use it
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    Yup. Registered last month. Filled in my first UI7 and confirmed payment today.

    It just sucks that I still have to do the UI19 manually.

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    UI19 is for registering an employee - when I logged in now there are options on the left to register/deregister an employee
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    And any changes in registered particulars. In my case I need to submit to change the monthly remuneration for an employee.

    I actually phoned the uFiling people to find out if changing the particulars on their site was enough, but I got the usual: " erm... well... if you... uhm..." response. I just love chatting to these guys.

    I'd rather just play it safe for now.

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    Have you tried emailing them? I got quite good response from their email support (problems with registration). www.ufiling.gov.za -> Contact Us
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    I'll give it a try sometime this week. Maybe my questions just need to sink in a bit

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    When it comes to the "online revolution" I'm finding that everything new I do for the first time is something of a struggle. Second time round easier and after a while absolutely no problem.

    Of course, then they change the rules...
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    then they change the rules...
    surprise!
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    I got this request via the contact form:
    I would like info on how to claim. Thanks
    I've never had to go through this, but I believe you go to Department of Labour with your ID document and queue up. They ask questions, check records and give you the good (or bad) news.

    Some documents that might be useful to take with you just in case:
    • Past payslips
    • Certificate of service from your previous employer

    A bonus would be if you had a copy of the return submitted by the employer reporting you are no longer on the payroll - but that could be a challenge if there are other people's information on that same form as well.

    There are links to pages on how to claim benefits on the uFiling home page, but all the ones I tried right now weren't working. Hopefully a temporary server problem on their end. Perhaps when you try, they might be working.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Am I blond?

    I went on to the site and tried to register but the site say's registration coming soon.
    Cant we register just amend existing registrations

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