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ZIMRA: Return Submission And Payments Due 10 May 2022

ZIMRA: Return Submission And Payments Due 10 May 2022

PUBLIC NOTICE: RETURN SUBMISSION & PAYMENTS DUE 10 MAY 2022 FOR:

1) Pay As You Earn [PAYE]

2) Withholding Taxes / Royalties / Presumptive Tax

3) Intermediate Money Transfer Tax (IMTT) The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) hereby reminds all its valued clients that the following returns and payments for the month of April 2022 are due on 10 May 2022.

1. Returns Due

a) Employees Tax or Pay As You Earn (PAYE) Remittances — [ P2 Remittance Advice Form]

b) Withholding Taxes / Royalties Returns / Presumptive Tax — [ REVS Form]

c) Intermediate Money Transfer Tax (IMTT) — [ REV5B Form]

2. HOW TO SUBMIT THE DUE RETURNS?

The following issues are reminded to all taxpayers in this regard: ✓ All PAYE Remittances Advices (P2 forms) should be completed in full and submitted through the ZIMRA e-services platform (http://efiling.zimra.co.zw). ✓ In the event a taxpayer fails to submit the P2 form on the e-services platform, taxpayers are encouraged and reminded to proceed scanning and emailing the return to the relevant email address from the list below depending on the region the taxpayer is in.

d) All Withholding Taxes / Royalties Returns / Presumptive Tax — [ REV5 Form] and IMTT return (REV 5B form), should be submitted via relevant email addresses as shown below

Public notice 31 of 2022 Return Submission and Payments PAYE April 2022

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2 Comments

Jah🇿🇼Tsvarie-07 1 month ago

@Asalif you on point, Those in government invest outside Zimbabwe yet keep singing a fake song to us saying nyika inovakiwa nevene vayo 😂 vapi vacho? ityai mwari taurai chokwadi kuti this country needs new approach...


Asalif 1 month ago

ZIMRA motto " we are ready to turn away local and foreign investment due to our high operating tax and tax policies" most companies are investing in Zambia and South Africa especially truck companies they are Zimbabwean owned they run away from tax policies here even our Ministers they have companies there



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