A taxpayer who is aggrieved –
• by an assessment made on the taxpayer by SARS; or
• by certain decisions made under the Tax Administration Act or tax Acts,
may object to and appeal against those assessments or decisions under the TA Act.
An objection against an assessment or decision must be lodged in the manner, under the terms and within the period prescribed in the rules. A person whose objection has been disallowed may appeal to the tax board or tax court against that outcome and in such event the appeal must be lodged in the manner, under the terms and within the periods prescribed in the TA Act and the rules.
Let us review the assessment and determine whether SARS is correct or not. If there are grounds to dispute we will lodge objections/appeals on your behalf and ensure SARS issues a revised assessment that is correct.