十一运夺金走势图:third party DATA SUBMISSION to sars
- Planned Maintenance: SARS is upgrading its IT systems between Friday 12 April 2019, 17:00 and Tuesday 16 April 2019, 6:00. Impacted services are eFiling, [email protected]? and the SARS website.
- Third Party Data Submissions: 01 April – 31 May 2019
极速11选5怎么赢 www.lfetz.com The SARS Third Party Data Annual Submissions process for the period 1 March 2018 – 28 February 2019 opens on 01 April 2019 and will close on 31 May 2019. Submissions in respect of data files and declarations of the various reportable data types as detailed per Table 1 are now due.
Table 1: Submission Dates – 2019:
What is it?
Third Parties (banks, medical schemes, fund administrators etc.) are required by law to send information or data to SARS via a return. This means that a bank, for example, must provide information to SARS pertaining to the interest paid on savings in taxpayer’s accounts. Medical Schemes are also required to send information on the total contributions made by individuals, expenses not covered by the Medical Aid as well as the number of dependants.
Who must submit data to SARS?
The following is a list of persons (third parties) that need to send information to SARS.? It includes but is not limited to:
- Banks (including Mutual banks)
- Companies listed on the JSE that issue bonds, debentures or financial products
- Co-operatives as well as any other person who purchases livestock, produce, timber, ore, mineral or precious stones from a primary producer other than for retail purposes.
- Co-operative Banks
- Estate agents
- Financial Institutions (such as Long-term insurers, Pension funds and Collective investment schemes)
- Medical Schemes
- Organs of state that issue bonds, debentures or financial products
- State-owned companies that issue bonds, debentures or financial products
- Any person who pays an amount of interest to or for the benefit of a foreign person (to the extent that it is regarded as being from a source in SA)
- SA resident companies, foreign resident companies whose shares are listed on the JSE, and regulated intermediaries paying dividends/foreign dividends
- Reporting institutions as described in the FACTA agreement.
What must be submitted?
The following data types?are submitted by third parties:?
For an overview of the data types to be submitted, click here.
When & how must it be submitted?
Why must it be submitted?
Third party data is required by SARS for various purposes in the administration of the tax Act, such as but no limited to:
- Confirm?whether?a person has filed or submitted the correct information in his/her tax returns.
- Ensure that the information or documents are compliant with the provisions of a relevant tax Act.
- Determine a person's tax liability.
Important: Insert only the data type in the subject line e.g. IT3, Dividends Tax, Withholding Tax on Interest, etc.
An example of the email structure:
Subject: Dividends Tax
Body of the email:
- Tax Reference number: XXXXXXXXXX
- Platform: Test or Live
- Submission channel: (HTTPS or Connect:Direct or eFiling)
- Detailed explanation of the query:?If the query relates to system error then what is the event being executed, what are the steps completed, what is the expected system response and what is the actual system response. If the query relates to process enquiry then state the published document that outlines the process, the section and page number.
- Screen print of the error (where applicable)
To see?the?documents for each data type, visit the relevant data type?webpage.
For a list of archived documents, click here.