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2015/02/03 at 08:30:55 PM GMT
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Declining a tax type request due to outstanding fees

I need a second opinion regarding this issue.  According to me, it is unethical to decline a tax type request due to outstanding professional fees.

But somewhere I have read some ruling on this matter.

My new client is in dispute with his old practioner regarding a VAT issue,  the VAT request was authorized but she is refusing the Income tax type, due to outstanding fees.

 She is preventing him to submit his tax return, and he will incur penalties and interest.

 Is there a way to force her to authorizes the move?  What is the correct procedure at SARS to follow?

 

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2015/02/12 at 10:02:19 AM GMT
Posts: 6
SARS has issued correspondence in this regard. They offer a step by step solution on their web site. The previous tax practitioner may not refuse the transfer, etc. even for non-payment of fees


2015/03/02 at 11:02:34 PM GMT
Posts: 2
Thank you for your reply, but would you please be so kind and post a link to the web page, I cant find it. Thank you in advance


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