What you need to know this tax season

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Sars estimates that it will auto-assess more than 3 million taxpayers. Photo: iStock
Sars estimates that it will auto-assess more than 3 million taxpayers. Photo: iStock

PERSONAL FINANCE

Thursday July 1 marked the official start of the tax filing season for the tax year ending on February 28. Non-provisional taxpayers have until November 23 to file their tax returns or accept the auto-assessment.

Last year, the SA Revenue Service (Sars) introduced the auto-assessment for the first time.

These were pre-populated tax returns that simply require a taxpayer to click “accept”.

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