- If you have outstanding returns, refunds will not be paid out until these are settled.
- All 3rd party information should be checked by taxpayers to ensure all their information is correct and up to date as this will impact their assessment.
- If you have not received a SMS by 1 September 2020, you may need to submit an income tax return or ITR12.
- The filing season for individual tax submissions is as follows:
- Manual submission or visiting a SARS branch – 22 October 2020.
- Non-provisional taxpayers or individuals who reject the auto-assessment – 16 November 2020 via eFiling.
- Provisional taxpayers – 29 January 2021 via eFiling.
- Taxpayers should ensure their personal details on the SARS database is reflected accurately and correctly.
- Check the auto-assessment calculation information properly to ensure your assessment has been calculated correctly.
Reach out to our income tax consultants via firstname.lastname@example.org should you require assistance with your tax returns. Alternatively, give us a call on 011 672 0020.
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