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What does it mean? Please note that no adjustment has been made to this assessment

Posted 7 December 2015 under Tax Q&A


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Surya says:
7 December 2015 at 8:14

Hello Team,

I got a response stated below against audit of my tax return, could me please assist to understand the response? Am I going to get my refund as per the submitted tax returns or not?

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We refer to the verification of your assessment for the 2015 tax period. Please note that no adjustment has been made to this assessment. However, in terms of the Tax Administration Act the South African Revenue Service reserves the right to conduct further reviews in future if required. Should you have any queries please call the SARS Contact Centre on 0800 00 SARS (7277). Remember to have your ID number or income tax number at hand when you call to enable us to assist you promptly. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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TaxTim TaxTim says:
7 December 2015 at 18:21

This means that your documents have been reviewed and all is in order and SARS doesn't require anything further, nor have they changed your refund (i.e assessed amount). You should receive your refund in a few days.

If you don't, you could always call SARS on 0800 007 277 to find out reasons for the delay. It may be that you have tax returns from prior years outstanding or require your bank details to be verified. Please do read our blog on Why haven't I received my tax refund yet?


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