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Tariff Amendments giving effect to the Budget proposal in the 2015 Budget Review

Monday, 30 March 2015   (0 Comments)
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Author: SARS

SARS issued various Tariff Amendments to give effect to the 2015 Budget Review on the 27th of March 2015.

Part 3 of Schedule No. 6 - Amendment as a consequence to the increase in the fuel levy and Road Accident Fund levy

Part 5B of Schedule No. 1 - Increase in the Road Accident Fund levy on both petrol and diesel from 104c/li to 154c/li

Part 5A of Schedule No. 1 - Increase in the rate of general fuel levy from 224,5c/li to 255c/li on petrol, and from 209,5c/li to 240c/li on diesel, respectively

Part 2B of Schedule No. 1 - Abolishment of the ad valorem duty on digital cinema projectors above R250 000

Part 1 of Schedule No. 1 - Insertion of items 8528.69.10 and 8528.69.90 to make provision for digital cinema projectors above R250 000



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