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SARS Introduces Online VAT Dispute Process

by Lorys Charalambous, Tax-News.com, Cyprus

19 October 2016


On October 14, the South African Revenue Service (SARS) implemented an enhanced dispute management process for value-added tax (VAT) on its electronic platform.

The improved system enables VAT vendors to lodge disputes via eFiling and electronically at any SARS branch (including Requests for Remission (RFRs), Notices of Objection (NOOs), and Notices of Appeal), and also have a consolidated view of all lodged disputes, including personal income tax, corporate income tax, and, now, VAT.

In addition, a taxpayer has the ability to view all dispute correspondence and, where applicable, upload supporting documents, while outcome letters for RFRs and NOOs are conveniently available on the taxpayer's eFiling profile. Updates on ongoing disputes will also be received via eFiling.

For more information, SARS has produced a guide on "How To Submit a Dispute for Income Tax and VAT via eFiling."

TAGS: South Africa | compliance | tax | business | value added tax (VAT) | tax compliance | revenue guidance | law | tax authority | internet | regulation | Africa | Tax

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