UPDATE: The South African Tax Spreadsheet Calculator for 2016/ 2017 at the 2016/ 2017 tax tables page. – NOW AVAILABLE
Based on the Budget Speech from Pravin Gordon for the 2014 year we have made available the ‘South African Tax Tables for 2014-2015- spreadsheet calculator’ .
Similar to the South African Tax Tables for 2013-2014- spreadsheet calculator, it will allow you to enter your salary and calculate the taxes due. It also allows you to compare your taxes for this year to last year to see the potential impact.
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