Sars Section 91 Agreement

Section 64E of the Act authorizes the Commissioner to grant accredited client status to candidates who meet certain criteria. In return, the Commissioner provides benefits to reward merchants who meet the criteria. In 2011, the s64E rules were amended to provide for Level 2 accreditation status. The proposed project adds two additional benefits to Level 2 accreditation. The draft also contains amendments to the Proforma agreement to apply it to Level 2 accreditation. 3 SARS issued a circular of 2018/02/26 informing external stakeholders as follows (some sections cited in the circular): 4 The International Trade Administration Commission sent (some sections quoted in the notice): A clear message – do not abuse Section 189A (13) Procedure Comments to: C&E_legislativecomments@sars.gov.za be submitted before November 1, 2019. 2 Health promotion tax (some sections cited by the SARS website): where are we when selling electronically signed real estate contracts? Changes to the rules of Customs and Excise Act 91 of 1964 (some sections cited on the SARS website): the Ministry of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development has published the following notices (sections cited in the notices): . Everything is below, including the prescribed interest rate 2.1.5 DA 185,482 – Licensed customers of Type 4B2 – Manufacturing Warehouses. 2.2.4.1 Note 8 is amended to include the reference to s54J to apply for the health promotion tax; and the tariff reserve regime is the practice of importing excised goods into self-consumption in quantities greater than the quantities observed during a period that resulted in a foreseeable increase in the excise rate, the avoidance of the payment of the surcharge as this increase takes effect.

2.2.1 Calendar 1, 7A, relating to alignment with revised rules; State of the premises of the FSP: motivation of the requests of the FSC For any question, contact: Mr.C Sako, tel: (012) 394 3669, e-mail: csako@itac.org.za, or Mrs T Morale, tel: (012) 394 3694, e-mail: tmorale@itac.org.za. 2.2.5.4 As a result of the change to the 691.02 discount item, the 691.03 discount item became redundant and removed. increasing the tariff rate for phosphoric and polyphosphoric acids classified under tariff subheading 2809.20, which is 10% ad valorem duty-free, by establishing an additional 8-digit tariff subheading, labeled as follows: “Diphosphosphor Pentaoxide; phosphoric acid Polyphosphoric acid, whether chemically defined: phosphorus content equal to or greater than 78%.” 3.6 As a result, all land, sea and air reporters are encouraged to ensure compliance with data transmission in the appropriate form prior to the implementation of the CG, which is currently scheduled for 20 April 2018. 2.2.5.3 The reduction position 691.02 has been amended to harmonize similar provisions for perishable goods, to allow reprocessing or destruction and to add the necessary control measures, such as customs control, evidence, etc. and 2.2.5.2 The 690.02 discount item has been removed as a discount item and inserted as a 691.05 refund item for the use of hPL products for the manufacture of HPL or other products when the request can be made on a DA 66 after a refund; Appendix 2 of the Act provides for the removal of several anti-dumping articles in position 215.02 and the inclusion of new anti-dumping articles in position 215.02 amending the tariff positions applicable to anti-dumping duty on cables and cables. 2.2.2 Calendar 4, Part 6, amending General Note 3 and removing Part 7 of Schedule 4; 3.7 SARS has published specific message implementation guides (MIGs) on the various UN/EDIFACT electronic implementation and cargo messages to be forwarded to SARS, and has resulted in detailed technical discussions with software developers on system development requirements.

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