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Income typically undeclared includes foreign interest income; foreign or local rental income; and employment income where an employer does not provide an IRP5. (iStock)
Income typically undeclared includes foreign interest income; foreign or local rental income; and employment income where an employer does not provide an IRP5. (iStock)

If you are worried about being named and shamed by the SA Revenue Service (SARS) for non-compliance, maybe it is time to consider using the Voluntary Disclosure Programme, says André Daniels, a tax attorney at Tax Consulting SA.

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