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    Question How does an tax practitioner register an employee on an employer's behalf?

    Hi,

    If you have someone acting as your tax practitioner for all your SARS returns (ie. all your SARS returns etc are active on their profile), how could the tax practitioner register a new employee on your behalf?

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    If we can register an employee via e@syfile, so can they

    They'd just need all the employee details.
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    Try keep to Specialists who's rates are reasonable, I can service my own car, but I dont because i am not a mechanic....stick to ur knitting.

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    If your tax practitioner also does your EMP501 recon using the EasyFile system, the registration of new employees can be performed via this interface. What did your practitioner say?

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