A picture of allegedly unpaid money from SARS to this individual appeared on social media, sparking discussion in the comments section.
The organization in charge of collecting taxes in the country is called SARS. We are in charge of managing the South African tax code and customs service because we were established as an independent agency under the principles of the South African Revenue Service Act 34 of 1997.
As we can see on the post below, the reference number is present, together with the dates of the assignment (2022/07/01) and the payment (2022/08/01), as proof indicates the day he is due to receive the funds.
Your Statement of Account will indicate the return amount and payment date if SARS owes you money (ITSA). Once you have logged in to eFiling, go to the top right corner of your screen and select the Statement of Account icon.
He also went on to revealing that the amount of money is actually " R90475,79 .
And individual by the user name of " Yanga @ Yanga Co " felt the need to share this sight with the people on social media.
On the 1st of June 2922 around 4:56 PM and captioned it " I am expecting SARS to pay me R90475,79 in the next two working days " Grabbing the attention of the masses at once.
And so far managed to obtain a seazable amount of 8 retweets , 4 Quote tweets and 42 likes.
Further research claims that :
Do you get money back from SARS?
If a refund is required, there is nothing else you need to do; simply log out of eFiling or MobiApp and wait for the refund, which should arrive in around 72 hours if your banking information with SARS is accurate. If you owe SARS money, pay it via SARS MobiApp or eFiling.
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