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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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eDNA Identity Security

[…] valid RSA identity document or ID card, the SARS agent will take the taxpayer’s photograph and scan his / her fingerprint. The fingerprint will then be checked against the data that the Department of Home Affairs have on record.   How does it work? The services that will require taxpayer authentication through the online Taxpayer Verification System (TPV) […]

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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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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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New Customs Legislation FAQs

[…] replace the provisions of the current Customs and Excise Act, 1964, in relation to customs only and the amended 1964 Act will continue to apply to excise duties and the other levies and taxes mentioned.   18. Will it be mandatory for all exporters and importers to re-register every three years for their import and […]

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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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Tax Practitioners Connect Issue 30 (March 2022)

[…] On 12 October 2021, it was inspected and found to contain scrap metal, which requires an International Trade Administration Commission (ITAC) permit and is liable for export duties. A criminal case was then registered with the SAPS for contravention of the Customs and Excise Act and the ITAC Act. The scrap metal industry is […]

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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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