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Tax Practitioners’ Connect Issue 25 (September)

[…] the TAA.  SARS is in the process of updating its systems to ensure that tax practitioners belonging to the LPC and SAIBA can register as such.   Customs SMME traders and travellers webinar SARS hosted a comprehensive Customs SMME Traders and Travellers webinar on 19 August. It focussed on customs clearance procedures and provided […]

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Terms and Conditions

THE USE OF THIS WEBSITE IS REGULATED BY THE RULES FOR ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION, PRESCRIBED UNDER SECTION 255(1) OF THE TAX ADMINISTRATION ACT, 2011 (ACT NO. 28 OF 2011). THE RULES WERE ISSUED IN PUBLIC NOTICE GN 644, GOVERNMENT GAZETTE 37940 OF 25 AUGUST 2011 AND IS AVAILABLE HERE. THE RULES AS WELL AS THE TERMS […]

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Tax Practitioner Connect Issue 36 (September 2022)

[…] for use in the manufacturing of alcoholic beverages will be taxed. See the letter to Trade here. Delay in implementing the automated refunds and drawback system SARS Customs and Excise is enhancing current systems with modern, automated systems to facilitate legitimate trade and travel. The refunds and drawback process is being automated as part […]

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How does CRS reporting work

On this page, you will find: Determine RFI’s Review of RFI’s Identification of RFI’s Due diligence and reporting of RFI’s Reporting by RFI’s Common Reporting Standard (CRS) obligations are imposed on South African financial institutions. The CRS Regulations were issued under the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (TAA). SARS has also published a FAQ Guide on the […]

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LAPD-LPrep-Draft-2015-68 – Draft customs Control Act Rules track changes

RULES IN TERMS OF THE CUSTOMS CONTROL ACT, 2014 Declaratory note: The first number indicates the number of the Chapter in the Act under which the Rule is made and the second number indicates the number of the Rule itself. ___________________________________________________________________ Explanatory note on rule numbering: Please note that the Chapters into which these […]

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Tax Practitioners Connect Issue 30 (March 2022)

[…] purpose of enabling the building of a capable state to improve the wellbeing of all South Africans.” He emphasised the SARS commitment towards developing a Tax & Customs system based on voluntary compliance through achievement of the nine SARS strategic objectives. The presentation included the current picture of the tax practitioner community and their […]

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Government Connect Issue 2 (February 2022)

[…] this may result in a high tax bill at year-end. SARS commits to increased use of data for trade efficiency The SARS Commissioner has committed the SARS Customs division to scale up digital transformation and to increase the use of data to improve the facilitation of trade, revenue collection and improve compliance by traders […]

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Guide to Customs Trader Portal for Registration and Licensing of Customs Clients

[…] channels can be submitted either through: eFiling; or The Registration Licensing and Accreditation (RLA) capturing functionality on SARS Service Manager System (SSM). The applicant can submit: New Customs client type or Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) applications; Amend existing information pertaining to his/her:  Customs product; or  Client type; Accredited client status;  The cancellation (withdrawal) of […]

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Tax Practitioner Connect Issue 27 (25 November 2021)

[…] auto-assessments based on third party data available to SARS. All taxpayers needed to do was to click accept or edit.” The SARS Commissioner said that in the Customs space the Accredited Economic Operator (AEO) programme granted 132 participants Preferred Trader status. “Frontline interventions for Preferred Traders dropped by 22% in this period; 5.6 million […]

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eFiling Terms and Conditions

[…] AS THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS HEREUNDER ARE BINDING AND ENFORCEABLE AGAINST ALL PERSONS THAT ACCESS THIS WEBSITE OR ANY PART THEREOF. IF THIS WEBSITE IS USED FOR CUSTOMS AND EXCISE PURPOSES, THE RULES MUST BE READ WITH RULES 59A.11, 60.10A AND 120.13.06 UNDER THE CUSTOMS AND EXCISE ACT, 1964 (ACT NO. 91 OF 1964). […]

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