Authors: Thamsanqa Msiza, Senior Tax Consultant at Tax Consulting and Darren Britz, Attorney at Tax Consulting
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) announced earlier this year that the 2017/18 tax filing season is to kick off on 1 July 2018, however their e-filing system is already allowing submission of tax returns.
SARS also appears to drive tax compliance home with renewed vigour this year, with a shorter tax season, as well as a couple of enhancements on the new 2017/18 tax return.
Here are important hints for the tax filing season:
If the above advice s used as needed, taxpayers should be able to be rest assured of a tax season that is relatively hassle free.
About the authors:
Thami is a senior tax consultant with Tax Consulting, specialising in personal taxes. Darren is an admitted tax attorney with Tax Consulting specialising in SARS dispute resolution and any cases where amounts are due to SARS.
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