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eFiling Payments (Credit Push)

eFiling credit push is a secure payment instruction functionality between SARS eFiling and the bank which puts the client in control when making a payment.  Also see how does the eFiling payment reference work. Top Tip: Customs and Excise clients can only pay from the submitted declaration/return or eAccount on eFiling, read more. How do […]

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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 CRS. […]

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Tariff Amendments 2013

The Tariff Amendments are made in terms of the Customs and Excise Act, 1964 by Notice in the Gazette. The Notices are arranged according to the publication date and grouped in the different years of issue, which can be accessed on the navigation pane above. The implementation date has been indicated in bold where it differs from […]

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Depots

These are premises / places appointed by the Commissioner in terms of Section 6 of the Customs and Excise Act, 1964 (the Act). The Schedule to the Rules of the Act prescribe where depots must be established.   The person operating or managing these depots must meet the standards and conditions required by Customs and provide a […]

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Tax Practitioner Connect Issue 18 (6 April 2020)

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.   INTERACTING WITH SARS DURING THE COVID-19 LOCKDOWN SARS gratefully acknowledges the support from the tax practitioner community during one of the most challenging times in the history […]

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Registration of SEZ

How to license or register for SEZ and Customs control area activities Complete the application forms and relevant annexures Send in all supporting documents asked for on the application forms Which forms are required for licensing or registration for SEZ and Customs control area activities? To register a SEZ Operator, including as an importer and rebate user: Apply on form DA […]

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Customs Endorsement Documents Requirements

Current legislation and policy require specific documents to be endorsed, which could entail the completion of required fields on a form such as findings of an examination, date stamping and signing. These documents are: i) For bonded and transit cargo: Circumstance​ Document to be endorsed​ For goods in transit or goods moving from a warehouse […]

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Arrival in SA

Customs requirements for Travellers The online declaration form (link coming soon) or the manual Traveller Card (also called a TC01 form), needs to be completed by travellers arriving in South Africa who have goods in their possession to declare. To have an overview of the process and requirements at ports of entry, kindly click here . If you would […]

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MAAs on Customs

The purpose of the agreements regarding mutual administrative assistance between two or more customs administrations is to – enable the administrations to exchange information provide each other with technical assistance undertake surveillance and investigations together, with, and on behalf of, each other co-operate with each other in order to enhance the efficiency of their operations […]

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Conversion of the Excise, Levies and Duties returns to HTML5

Question 1: I am unable to open my Excise, Levies and Duties return.  It does not load and only three dots are visible on the page. Answer:   If you are unable to view your return, click on the “Back” button at the top of the page, this will take you back to the work page.  On the […]

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