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Asked on 2008-10-27 11:27 by: annika
Question category: Starting or leaving a job
Tags: income tax  SARS  tax calculator  
My Gross SAlary is R8500 how much will I nett?
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Answered on 2008-10-27 12:50 by: whizz status: Comfy
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How much you will nett depends not only on your gross salary, but also on your contributions to a medical aid, and to your pension fund or to a personal retirement annuity (all tax-deductible). But if you don’t have any of these payments to give you tax relief, you can follow this link and use the Income Tax calculator to work out your annual tax:

http://www.oldmutual.co.za/markets/south-african-budget-2008.aspx

If you have pension and medical aid contributions, you can ask your HR person (if you’re an employee) to do a quick mock salary slip for you to get to the exact nett amount. Hope this helps!

Answered on 2009-09-22 15:43 by: liz status: Loaded
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There’s also a calculator you can use for the 2009/2010 tax year on the MoreThanMoney website. Have a look for the ‘Calculate your salary cheque’ calculator on the Tools page: http://morethanmoney.co.za/tools.

Answered on 2010-10-08 08:00 by: siyabonga5540 status: Starting out
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My Gross SAlary is R8500 how much will I nett?

Answered on 2011-08-08 13:35 by: scratcher status: Starting out
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I am getting a net salary of R15000. What is my gross salary

Answered on 2011-08-08 13:36 by: scratcher status: Starting out
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What is my gross salary if l get a net salary of R15000?

Answered on 2013-05-08 17:02 by: chel status: Starting out
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I net R6000 PER MONTH WHAT IS MY TAX ON THAT AMOUNT AND WHAT SHOULD MY UIF BE

Answered on 2013-11-26 09:02 by: liz status: Loaded
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Dear Chel

During the 2013/2014 (current) tax year, if you earn a gross monthly salary of R6200, you should be paying about R110 PAYE and R62 UIF, leaving you with a net salary of just over R6000. This is assuming that you do not make any pension fund or medical aid contributions via payroll, and have no deductions other than UIF on your payslip. It is also assuming that you are younger than age 65.