Corporates with outstanding tax returns may face penalties – Moneyweb.co.za

Corporates with outstanding tax returns may face penalties – Moneyweb.co.za

Moneyweb.co.zaCorporates with outstanding tax returns may face penaltiesMoneyweb.co.zaThe South African Revenue Service (Sars) has forewarned corporate taxpayers of looming penalties if they do not submit outstanding annual tax returns. The returns will have to be submitted by the end of November to avoid penalties of up to R16 000 per …
Corporates with outstanding tax returns may face penalties – Moneyweb.co.za

Mark Kingon says unaware of intelligence unit operating in Sars – Eyewitness News

Mark Kingon says unaware of intelligence unit operating in Sars – Eyewitness News

Eyewitness NewsMark Kingon says unaware of intelligence unit operating in SarsEyewitness NewsCAPE TOWN – Acting South African Revenue Service (Sars) Commissioner Mark Kingon says he’s unaware of any intelligence unit operating under the aegis of the revenue collection agency. Kingon was asked about the existence of an intelligence unit by …Sars acting commissioner ‘not aware’ of intelligence unitIndependent Onlineall 2 news articles »
Mark Kingon says unaware of intelligence unit operating in Sars – Eyewitness News

Treasury DG: Misplaced memo contributed to irregular spending – Eyewitness News

Treasury DG: Misplaced memo contributed to irregular spending – Eyewitness News

Eyewitness NewsTreasury DG: Misplaced memo contributed to irregular spendingEyewitness NewsTreasury and the South African Revenue Service (Sars) are appearing before Parliament’s finance committee on Tuesday to discuss their annual reports and audited financial statements. While Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu gave Treasury an unqualified …and more »
Treasury DG: Misplaced memo contributed to irregular spending – Eyewitness News