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What you need to show SARS if you own a rental property
June 11, 2018
With the start of SARS filing season around the corner, I thought good to compile a short list of documents to keep ready if you own a rental property.
With the increased amount of SARS audits, specifically aimed at taxpayers with rental property, I suggest every client to be prepared.
Make sure to keep the following documents ready for your accountant. In our practice we make sure to have all information available before we submit, to prevent time delay in feedback to SARS.
It is of utmost importance to speedily submit your audit documents.
Find the video here: https://youtu.be/h6H5JEf0MfY
Some of the most critical points when submitting an income tax return which includes a rental property.
1. Have your latest signed lease agreement ready.
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