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Income Tax Registration / Income Tax: Individual Registration / Registrations / Taxation / January 23, 2018

Individual / Personal Income Tax Registration

 

 If you’ve not yet registered as an individual taxpayer, you need to follow these steps to get started:

 

Application Form

 

This IT77 form must be completed in full and signed by the taxpayer or the representative taxpayer.

 

Proof of identity

 

A certified legible copy of the taxpayer’s identity document or passport or driving licence must be submitted

 

Proof of Residence

 

Original proof of residential address, e.g. municipal account / utility bill not more than

Three months old reflecting your name and residential address or in the absence of proof

of residential address in your name, the Confirmation of Entity Residential Address

(CRA01) must be completed.

 

Bank Account Detail Changes

 

 The changes of bank account detail can only be done via the following channels:

  • SARS eFiling
  • SARS Branch (in person)

 

For bank account detail changes done at the SARS Branch, the following documents must be provided:

  • Original identity document / passport / driving licence
  • A temporary identity document / passport and an affidavit to justify the absence of the identity document / passport
  • Original bank statement with the bank stamp that confirms the account holder’s name, account number, account type, and branch code
  • Original proof of residential address, e.g. municipal account / utility bill not more than three months old reflecting your name and residential address
  • In the absence of proof of residential address in your name, the Confirmation of Entity Residential Address (CRA01) must be completed. The CRA01 can be obtained at a SARS Branch or downloaded from the SARS website (www.sars.gov.za)

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Nivesh
Nivesh Mahadeo, Managing Director of ATB Consultants (Pty) Ltd, Accounting - Taxation - Business




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