SARS said it is ‘currently processing large volumes of refunds’ and some taxpayers may have to wait longer than they expected.
SARS has announced its implementation of changes to its auto-assessment rules to make tax returns easier for taxpayers.
An OR Tambo International Airport passenger was caught by SARS customs officials trying to smuggle rhino horns into Dubai.
SARS is warning that fraudster are once again on the prowl with WhatsApp as their increasingly popular hunting ground.
SARS collected a massive R742 million from non-compliant churches and R160 million from luxury vehicle owners in SA.
‘The public can be assured that SARS will defend the principle of confidentiality on behalf of every single taxpayer,’ said Edward Kieswetter.
SARS and law enforcement agencies discovered an unregistered shisha tobacco manufacturing plant on Friday. The revenue service also seized illicit cigarettes worth R400k.
SARS seized 67 pieces of calcium hydroxide, which is commonly used to make tik, at OR Tambo. The shipment came from Ethiopia.
SARS’ Customs Response Unit seized illicit cigarettes worth millions from Cape Town traders during raids on Thursday, 29 July.
Taxpayers who cannot file online can do so physically at a SARS – but only by appointment due to the closure of physical branches.
SARS advised individual taxpayers to carefully consider any claim for home office expenses before filing their income tax returns.
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has advised property owners that all forms of rental income must be declared in their income tax returns. In a statement on Thursday, SARS said property owners, whose properties are located in South Africa and who host fee-paying guests, must declare the rental income they receive. This is the […]
SARS has been allocated additional funding that will soon see it getting tough on high flyers who may not be declaring their true income.
Soon there will be no place for tax dodgers to hide as high flyers are placed under the magnifying glass.
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) released its preliminary revenue outcome for the 2019/2020 financial year on Wednesday.
If you are required to travel for work, recent changes made by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will affect your tax return for 2020/2021.
Staff suffered during the period investigated by the Nugent Commission.
Mmamathe Makheke-Mokhuane’s suspension takes effect immediately., Sars confirmed.
Moyane is ready to testify in court should a court subpoena him, his lawyer confirms.
Dire consequences await those who fail to file their tax returns this time around, Sars warns.
To avoid long queues at Sars branches, the revenue collector encourages taxpayers to consider the digital alternative in filing tax returns.
Workers have returned to their posts and all is well again, for now.
One side of the unions is content with the offer, but the other needs more time.