SARS reminds taxpayers of 16 Nov deadline before filing season closes

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The South African Revenue Service (Sars) on Thursday reminded taxpayers they had just four days left to submit their personal income tax returns through e-filling.

Walk-in submissions closed in October and the online system is expected to close on 16 November.

Sars has had to make changes to the way it collects taxes this year due to the coronavirus pandemic and has been encouraging South Africans to file online.

Senior specialist in digital channels at Sars Marcia Ujobolo said: “In terms of our return submission numbers, we are looking at over 70% of taxpayers who have already filed their returns. This includes taxpayers who received their auto assessment SMS late in July this year.”

-EWN

In other news – Shauwn Mkhize’s daughter Sbahle responds to Jackie Phamotse, sets the record straight about the viral snake video

Sbahle Mpisane has had to come out and respond to rumors that her family is rich because they are using black magic. This come after author Jackie Phamotse went on Instagram Live and started a fiery conversation about wealthy celebrities who have acquired their wealth using dark magic.

Shauwn Mkhize daughter Sbahle responds to Jackie Phamotse

Although she didn’t name any names she talked about celebs who use snakes to gain wealth. Learn More





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