Tag Archives: eFiling

Life Made Easier (and Safer) For Non-eFilers

When SARS have requested documentation from taxpayers who do not use eFiling, the taxpayers have had to take these documents into a SARS Branch. Now SARS have launched on online form that taxpayers can complete and upload with the documentation requested by SARS.  The online form … Continue reading

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Tax Clearance Certificate being terminated

The issuing of the printed Tax Clearance Certificate (TCC) will be terminated after 25 October 2019, as we are fully implementing a more secure and electronic Tax Compliance Status (TCS) system. Since the implementation of the TCS system in 2015, … Continue reading

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How Tax Returns Will Be Easier This Year, and Should You File if You Earn Under R500,000?

“Death and taxes may be inevitable but they shouldn’t be related” (J.C. Watts Jr)” Tax season 2019 begins on 1 August (1 July for taxpayers who are registered for eFiling or have access to the MobiApp) and SARS has taken … Continue reading

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Taxpayers Note: How To Upload Supporting Documents Using eFiling

SARS have instructed that taxpayers on eFiling need to submit supporting documentation as follows: Files should be no more than 5mb each. You can upload up to twenty files. Document types need to be: Excel (xls or xlsx) or Word … Continue reading

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Your 2018 Tax Season Deadline: Brought Forward By Three Weeks?

“The best way to teach your kids about taxes is by eating 30 percent of their ice cream” (Bill Murray) The 2018 tax season for individuals opened on 1 July. Non-provisional taxpayers who use eFiling or file electronically at a … Continue reading

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