Tax Practitioners

What’s New

  • 30 June 2022 – The June issue of the Tax Practitioner Connect newsletter is available.

  • 27 June 2022 – SARS Tax Practitioner Readiness Programme

    The SARS Tax Practitioner Readiness Programme is an education product that provides important information on the obligations and responsibilities of tax practitioners, and SARS processes that they need to follow to provide high quality, professional and ethical services to clients.  Per the amended recognition criteria for RCBs and Tax Practitioners, this training is compulsory for individuals who want to register as tax practitioners from 1 July 2022.

    There are 8 modules are accompanied by videos and written material.

    For more info on the modules and implementation, see our SARS Tax Practitioner Readiness Programme webpage.

  • 6 June 2022 – Webinar on activation of Registered Representatives

SARS hosted a webinar on 9 June for recognised Controlling Bodies (RCBs) and tax practitioners, on the registered representative function as it applies to taxpayers whose tax affairs are managed by tax practitioners. If you have missed it, see the recorder webinar here – SARS TV Channel.

About Us

SARS places great value on a healthy professional relationship with Tax Practitioners who are key in providing a service to our clients the taxpayers.

SARS is therefore committed to:

    • Engaging with practitioners continuously and constructively
    • Providing access and channels to practitioners
    • Specific Service offerings to registered practitioners
    • Providing specific communications for Practitioners

Here you will find the latest information and updates from SARS to assist you in serving your clients and in broadening the culture of tax compliance. 

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For the latest tutorial video and webinar on tax and trade topics, see our SARS TV Channel.

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