Tax Practitioner Connect Issue 10 (December 2017)

Welcome to the latest edition of Tax Practitioner Connect, the electronic newsletter for tax practitioners that keeps you up to date with the tax matters that affect you.

According to Section 240 A of the Tax Administration Act (TAA) 28 of 2011 tax preparers are not allowed to continue practicing without registering as tax practitioners. SARS will no longer allow tax preparers to act on behalf of taxpayers by either completing and/or submitting tax returns. The Act determines that every person who provides advice to another person with respect to the application of a tax Act or completes or assists in completing a document to be submitted to SARS by another person in terms of the tax Act must register with SARS as a tax practitioner. Tax preparers are therefore urged to register as tax practitioners to be able to continue practicing.

 

 

​Disclaimer 

The information contained in this leaflet is intended as guidance only and is not considered to be a legal reference, nor is it a binding ruling. The information does not take the place of legislation and readers who are in doubt regarding any aspect of the information displayed in the leaflet should refer to the relevant legislation, or seek a formal opinion from a suitably qualified individual.
For more information you may –

  • Visit the SARS website www.sars.gov.za;
  • Visit your nearest SARS branch;
  • Contact your registered tax practitioner;
  • Contact the SARS National Contact Centre –
    • If calling locally,  on 0800 00 7277; or
    • If calling from abroad, on +27 11 602 2093 (only between 8am and 4pm South African time).
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