Q: My client
completed his own ITR12 for 2014 and declared interest of R400 000, but the
R400 000 is actually SA dividends that he received. He was assessed in November
2014. Please indicate the procedure that I need to follow to correct his
A: You can actually submit a corrected return where
you’ll be able to fix this error.
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