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Archive – COVID related content

[…] tax compliant small to medium sized businesses. The proposed measures will come into operation on 1 August 2021 and end on 31 October 2021. Deferral of excise duties on alcoholic beverages with immediate effect. For more information, see the Draft Explanatory Notes on Emergency Tax Measures in response to the continuing Covid-19 pandemic and recent […]

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Tariff Amendments 2022

[…] Schedule No. 2, by the substitution of anti-dumping item 215.02/7324.10/03.06, in order to give effect to the name-change of the manufacturer/exporter excluded from the payment of anti-dumping duties on stainless steel sinks originating in or imported from the People’s Republic of China – ITAC Minute 06/2022 Notice R.2575 With retrospective effect from 3 December […]

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High Court: 2022-2020

[…] cleared in 139 import transactions. SAB later discovered that the goods were fraudulently cleared by Ocean Light as traditional African beer – a product attracting less import duties and as a result of which, import duties and VAT amounting to R139m was not paid over to SARS. SARS had, through third party appointments and […]

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Arrival in SA

[…] physician) Herbal products (Department of Health permit required) Duty-free allowances The following goods may be imported duty free as accompanied baggage duty free (without payment of applicable duties and VAT): No more than 200 cigarettes and 20 cigars per person No more than 250g of cigarette or pipe tobacco per person No more than […]

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Automatic Exchange of Information

[…] making your submissions, you are welcome to contact us by emailing SARS Third Party Data Support ([email protected]). Please follow the SARS Third Party Data Submissions Platform web page to be kept up to date on changes and communication in relation to SARS 3rd Party Data. What is Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI)? On this page, […]

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Tax Exempt Institutions Connect Issue 3 (September 2023)

Requirement to Submit Section 18A data to SARS – Third Party Data IT3(d) The South African Revenue Service (SARS) provided approved Section 18A institutions with the requirement to, in future, submit third-party data as relates to Section 18A receipts issued to donors. The Business Requirement Specification (BRS), which includes information on the submission channels, […]

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Independent Software Vendors

[…] than one source of income, legislation makes provision for SARS to determine a more accurate monthly PAYE deduction tax rate. We do this by using the latest data available to SARS and issuing that PAYE tax rate to your pension administrator. We refer to this as a fixed PAYE deduction rate. Your pension administrator […]

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Tariff Amendments 2008

[…] 2008 ​GG 31123 R.630 ​Anti-dumping items published in Notice R.1040 of 2 August 2002 withdrawn Notice R.630 ​1 January 2002 ​4 June 2008 ​GG 31123 R.631 ​Withdrawal of anti-dumping duties Notice R.631 ​27 November 2003 ​20 June 2008 ​GG 31176 R.680 ​Schedule No. 2 amended with effect from 7 February 1997 up to and including 18 […]

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I want to get a tax directive

[…] than one source of income, legislation makes provision for SARS to determine a more accurate monthly PAYE deduction tax rate. We do this by using the latest data available to SARS and issuing that PAYE tax rate to your pension administrator.  We refer to this as a fixed PAYE deduction rate.  Your pension administrator […]

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Mineral and Petroleum Resource Royalty

Introduction Mineral Petroleum and Resources Royalty (MPRR) is triggered on the transfer of minerals extracted from within the Republic. As is the case for all other taxes, duties, levies, fees or money collected by SARS, the Royalty collected is paid to the National Revenue Fund. This Royalty became effective from March 2010. In the past, mineral […]

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