Individual income tax return filing dates:
When does SARS Tax season Start South Africa? The tax season 2020 for individuals is upon us. SARS tax year 2020 starts 1 July 2020, are you ready? SARS definitely improving their service, they have realised there is a mad rush once the tax season starts so they have started early with their notifications. A SARS Media Release 2020 list is available. DO NOT forget to file your SARS tax return 2020, penalties for late tax return submissions are REAL and can accumulate quickly.
Check you phone and see if you received their SMS, it reads as follows …
Dear eFiler, tax season starts 1 July 2020. Forgot your SARS eFiling login name and password? Obtain or reset via eFiling or call 0800007277.
SARS eFiling Website
Be very careful, make sure you are on the official SARS eFiling website. Many scams have been reported in the past.
Have a happy tax season 2020, it almost sounds like Christmas … for some it actually will be. For the rest Tax Break hopes to assist in making tax year 2020 better.
SARS Deadlines for Tax Year 2020
The closing dates / SARS deadlines for Tax Season are as follows: 31 October 2020 for branch filing. 4 December 2020 for non-provisional taxpayers who use eFiling and the MobiApp.31 January 2021 for provisional taxpayers who use eFiling.
As an innovative revenue and customs agency, SARS aims to enhance economic growth and social development, thereby supporting South Africa’s integration into the global economy in a way that benefits all citizens.
EMPLOYERS: Important date to remember: Employer Annual Reconciliation opens on 15 April and closes on 31 May 2020
Need help with your tax?
SARS Mobile Tax Units will be visiting different areas to help taxpayers with the submission of income tax returns, eFiling, income tax registration and general enquiries on tax matters. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to get service close to you.
MTU June 2020
National Contact Centre
0800 00 7277
+27 11 602 2093
(only between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm SA time)
- Remuneration includes salary, bonus, overtime, leave pay, etc.
- If no PAYE was deducted from the remuneration, the taxpayer must submit a return
- If interest earned is above the threshold, the taxpayer must submit a return