The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has extended the filing season deadline for non-provisional individual taxpayers from 23 November 2021 to 2 December 2021.
To afford other taxpayers the opportunity to comply with their legal requirements, SARS will extend the filing season deadline for non-provisional individual taxpayers from 23 November 2021 to 2 December 2021.
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The revenue collector said it was pleased with the overwhelming response it has received from taxpayers who have submitted their personal income tax returns since 1 July this year.
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SARS is aware of systemic issues the organisation has experienced, as well as the impact of load-shedding on taxpayers which made it difficult for taxpayers to file their returns.
It is said that the date for levying penalties on taxpayers that have not filed their return will also be extended and implemented in January 2022.
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SARS says that they urge taxpayers to use our convenient digital channels, namely, eFiling, SARS MobiApp, as well as the SMS service, which has the number 47277. By sending an SMS to this number. Taxpayers can book an appointment at a SARS branch, check if they need to file a return and other services.
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