Yes of course.
Herewith an example of what a typical tax return would look like.
The information is completely fictitious - there is absolutely no relation to a real person. But you will get an idea of what your return could look like.
The scenario presented here is:
- Of a Credit Clark living in Windhoek
- She has a spouse and one kid
- She submitted a return last year
- She contributed to a fund
- She earned some interest from a Nampost account (non taxable)
- She rents the house she stays in
- She claimed vehicle expenses but these are not tax deductable (so although she entered them she does not get tax benefit)
- Her employer did not calculate her PAYE correctly it seems (highly unlikely - but just for demo purposes....)
- She needs to pay additional tax...