PAYE, UIF and SDL registration


Any company registered as a tax paying entity within South Africa is required by law to meet the requirements of SARS and labour legislation put in place to protect and benefit its workers.

SKU: iel-paye-uif-sdl Category:


Companies who have workers under permanent employment are required to be registered under the following functions of SARS:

  • Pay-as-you-earn (PAYE) refers to the tax required to be deducted by an employer from an employee’s remuneration paid or payable. According to law, an employer must register with the South African Revenue Service (SARS) within 21 business days after becoming an employer, unless none of the employees are liable for normal tax.
  • The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) – Gives short-term relief to workers when they become unemployed or are unable to work because of maternity, adoption leave or illness. It also provides relief to the dependents of a deceased contributor.
  • Skills Development Levy (SDL) is a levy imposed to encourage learning and development in South Africa and is determined by an employer’s salary bill. Employers paying out total salaries of more than R500 000 over 12 months are liable to pay SDL.

Delivery: 5-8 Working days*

*Based on standard customs processing times, subject to change

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