Submitting a tax return to SARS is always a rather nervy affair, and now a proposed amendment to the law has practitioners worried about the implications.
If SARS issues you with an auto-assessment, usually done via SMS, you should first check that a few things are in order before accepting.
What happens if your tax submissions are filed late as a result of COVID-19, and you incur interest and penalties?
Criminals are capitalising on SARS’ efforts to crack down on tax non-compliance by sending out scam emails and messages.
We’re not even a month into 2020 and things are already looking iffy for the South African economy. Our tax shortfall needs to be made up somewhere.
Most of us don’t really know what we’re doing when we fill out tax returns, which is why people are prone to making these four crucial mistakes.
SARS has introduced a number of new complicated measures to ensure that trusts function correctly in terms of tax compliance.
SARS gets Mark Lifman. Bathabile Dlamini out. Another love letter from Kim to Trump. Chemical castration law. 40 000-year-old severed wolf head found. World’s highest-paid athletes list. Gaga, Cooper’s ex, bond. Harry to Angola.
Yesterday, the High Court in Pretoria dealt Tom Moyane, and by association Jacob Zuma, a serious blow. The wheels of change are turning.
SARS are looking to crack down on individuals and businesses who were late to the party, and they are threatening sizeable administrative penalties.
The deadline for filing your tax returns as a non-provisional tax-payer was October 31 – a bad day for procrastinators who tried to file at the last minute.
You know you’ve reached peak internet notoriety when somebody remixes your interview into a dance track. Drop that beat, Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane.
Yesterday morning’s SABC interview with Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane, SARS’ IT boss, was a trainwreck. She wasn’t done for the day.
SARS is in serious need of some PR, given that their plight has been widely discussed following the damning Nugent report. This is not that good PR.
Tax season is almost over, which means the deadline for submitting your tax returns is rapidly approaching. Here’s what you need to know.
Moyane’s R142 billion robbery. Fears over missing CT psychologist worsen. NK improving nuclear. DA tearing itself apart. Was Grace behind Zim assassination? Rhino horn trade. Get shredded in six weeks. Loch Ness hunt. Floyd’s $18 million watch. Leo and Brad’s new movie.
The Hawks appear to have found their wings this year, swooping in on a massive syndicate operating out of Durban and Jozi. Turns out they’re taking the piss at SARS.
During the budget speech on February 21, South Africans will learn how the government plans to cover massive budget shortfalls. You might not like it.
Every month it’s the same thing: the government takes a percentage of our money, which they’re supposed to use for the greater good. About those tax returns, then.
After announcing a tax amnesty programme for those who had money stashed away in offshore accounts, SARS have tallied up the cash.
After releasing a statement on Friday retracting the findings and recommendations of its 2014 report into an alleged SARS rogue unit, KPMG is falling apart.