The VAT Masterclass training event 2022 aims to end the nightmares with all things VAT. Attend to find out more about the SARS verification process that seems to take place every month for some vendors & how you can cope! Answering questions like – can you backdate your VAT registration, deemed supplies – how not selling anything can make you liable for a VAT payment & more.
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From logbooks, the diesel audit to the letter of demand, this is the first in a series of blogs concerning the diesel rebate for farmers and all the murky waters around it. There are very important steps to follow in terms of the law. If SARS grabs your money out of your next VAT rebate, within the 30 days of the letter of demand then also contact me immediately!
Find yourself dealing with SARS and VAT issues more and more? And spending hours on the phone to the SARS call centre, receiving hundreds of “case numbers” – are you really able to sort things out? Is more and more of your chargeable time taken up on these issues with no result?
Recently, we dealt with “the Rules” and important points concerning assessments. This time around, I want to focus on the objection process and specifically objection against an assessment raised. Read on for more.
If you’re registered for VAT on the invoice basis, you can legally claim back the VAT you paid as input tax on the bad debt. Read on to find out how.
There‘s a pile of important docs SARS needs if you want to substantiate your zero-rated goods and services, get it wrong & SARS will make you pay the VAT.
VAT in South Africa is mostly charged at 14%. But there are certain goods and services which entirely fall away from VAT. These are exempt supplies.
Many VAT vendors are unsure what a valid tax invoice consists of. If its not valid, SARS will disallow the input tax claims. Don’t let that happen to you.