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Deferments

What’s new 17 April 2020 – Requests for duty deferment payment relief What is it? Customs duties and VAT are payable in accordance with  Section 39(1)(b) at the time of importation. Existing registered or licensed Customs clients may apply to defer the payment of Customs duty and VAT for a period of up to […]

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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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Tax Statistics

[…] Statistics – Chapter 3 Company Income Tax CIT 2023 Tax Statistics – Chapter 4 Value-Added Tax VAT 2023 Tax Statistics – Chapter 5 Import VAT and Customs Duties 2023 Tax Statistics – Chapter 5 Tariff Code Table 2023 Tax Statistics – Chapter 6 Other taxes Media statement: 29 December 2023 Previous Tax Statistics publications […]

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Rule Amendments 2021

[…] – Environmental Levy Account for Carbon Tax (Front page) Completion Notes to the DA 180 9 April 2021 1 April 2021 GG 44383 R.305 Promulgation of rules to section 58A of the Customs and Excise Act, 1964, to implement anti-forestalling measures in respect of anticipated increases in excise duties (DAR 208) Notice R.305 1 April 2021

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Trade Testing approach for Automatic Exchange of Information

SARS modernised its current 3rd Party Data Platform to accommodate the bulk submission of 3rd Party Data for certain tax types on the new Direct Data Flow channels. These channels will enable submitting entities to submit data directly to SARS, reducing the overall administrative burden of large volume data transfer to SARS. The Direct […]

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Customs Storage Warehouse

[…] be processed for the removal thereof from such customs storage warehouse. In same instance the licensee / owner of the goods will be required to bring the duties and VAT to account if applicable at time of clearance.  The goods may not be removed from  or placed in such facility until a valid customs […]

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VAT Connect Issue 13 (November 2021)

[…] from the VRA, the requirements under the Customs and Excise Act relating to the exportation of goods, must be met. Refer to the Customs and Excise Exporters Page on the SARS website for more detail on who is regarded as the exporter in different circumstances, and the procedure to register as an exporter. Any […]

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How to clear cache and cookies

[…] the menu. From settings, click Show advanced settings…. It’s located at the very bottom of the settings section. Scroll to the privacy section and click Clear browsing data. Select Cached images and files. Uncheck all other options to avoid deleting browser history, cookies and other things you may wish to retain. Change Obliterate the […]

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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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Guide to Complete, Submit and Cancel a Recognition of Transfer

Download PDF 1 Summary The purpose of this guide is to provide guidance on the use and submission of: The recognition of transfer form (ROT01) for transfers between Funds and preservation funds; and The recognition of the purchase of an annuity form (ROT02) when annuities are purchased on retirement, the beneficiary purchase an annuity upon […]

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