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Tariff Amendments 2011

[…] Taxation Proposals Taxation Proposals as tabled at 15:06 Errata Document (National Treasury)   Note: See pages 2-4 of the Errata document containing Table C.6 – Specific Excise Duties, 2010/11 – 2011/12 – with the amendments applicable only on hard copies of the 2011 Budget Review ​23 February 2011 Time of Tabling = 15:06 ​28 February 2011 ​GG 34059 R.175 […]

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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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Traders and Travellers Connect Edition 3

[…] duty and Value Added Tax (VAT). A bond/guarantee, which will set the amount required to secure participation in this scheme, is required. No locally manufactured goods, ( duties and levies) may be deferred under this scheme. The payment of Customs duties and VAT, in accordance with section 39(1)(b), at the time of importation, may […]

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Transfer Duty Exemption Rates

Transfer Duty exemption requirements For reference, the Transfer Duty exemption requirements are contained in section 9(20) of the Transfer Duty Act:  No duty shall be payable in respect of any acquisition of any interest in a residence as contemplated in paragraph 51 or 51A of the Eighth Schedule to the Income Tax Act, 1962 (Act […]

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Excise Duty/Levy payment and submission dates

Excise payment and submission dates for 2023/2024 Excise payment and submission dates for 2024/2025 AD VALOREM SUBMISSION AND PAYMENT DATES 2024 Duty/ Levy Item Quarter Applicable Submission Date Payment Date Ad Valorem Excise Duty ·         1 January 2024 – 31 March 2024 ·         1 April 2024 – 30 June 2024 ·         1 July 2024 – […]

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Tax Practitioners’ Connect Issue 25 (September)

Third Party Data Bi-Annual Submissions 2021: Now Open!  The SARS Third Party Data Bi-Annual Submissions for the period 1 March 2021 – 31 August 2021 opened on 01 September 2021, and will close on 31 October 2021.  Submissions of data files and declarations of the various reportable data types are now due.   At this time, […]

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Tax Practitioner Connect Issue 47 (October 2023)

[…] for Employers and non-business individuals with a modern, fully automated tax-assessment, withholding, and tax-payment system. The first step in achieving this objective requires Employers to submit payroll data monthly from 1 March 2025. The PAYE Monthly Submission External BRS defines the requirements Employers must adhere to for the monthly submissions. Additional functionality for the SARS Online […]

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Filing, Declaration and Payment

[…] a face-value verification of the information declared by the taxpayer on the declaration or in a return. This involves a comparison of this information against third party data gathered by SARS from various sources, the financial and accounting records and/or other supporting documents provided by taxpayers to ensure that the declaration/return is a fair […]

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Tax Practitioner Connect Issue 32 (May 2022)

[…] and administrative penalties online.  Click here to access the guide.  Taxpayers are now able to view third party files submitted to SARS on their behalf Third party data providers (banks, medical aid schemes, and insurers, etc.) submit third party data of their clients to SARS via the Connect Direct (C:D) or via the secure […]

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Tariff Amendments 2006

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 the […]

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