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Introducing the SARS Dispute Resolution Process eReport: Everything you need to know if you don’t agree with SARS’ assessments
|Important definitions you need to know|
|Three reasons SARS will give you an assessment|
|The “pay-now, argue-later” rule - what happens with outstanding payments on your assessed taxes|
|How to request a payment suspension|
|When SARS can start collection proceedings against you|
|SARS’ internal administrative dispute resolutions – what you can do if you don’t agree with SARS’ decision|
|Reduced assessments and withdrawal of assessments|
|Four steps to lodge your objection|
|Five requirements you must meet for a valid objection|
|Six steps to submit your appeal|
|The Alternative Dispute Resolution process and how it works|
|SARS and settlements – when can SARS choose to settle your tax dispute?|
|Taking your dispute to the tax board|
|The tax Court – your final authority|
|Checklist: Four documents to submit your objection|
|Checklist: Six documents to keep when you dispute SARS|
So how much is The SARS Dispute Resolution Process eReport: Everything you need to know if you don’t agree with SARS’ assessments worth?