The Notice of Objection (ADR1) and the Notice of Appeal (ADR2) forms were converted

Sep 8, 2022 | Uncategorised

8 September 2022 – The Notice of Objection (ADR1) and the Notice of Appeal (ADR2) forms were converted from Adobe to an online format for ease of use.

Depending on the tax type, there are different processes to follow when wanting to lodge an objection or appeal.

See below for a summary of the appeal and objection processes:

How do I lodge an appeal?

Tax Types: CIT, PIT, PAYE and VAT:

An automated dispute management workflow process exists on eFiling for the above tax types.  The appeal can only be submitted as follows:

Via eFiling guided process; or
At a SARS branch nearest you.  Click her to make an appointment.

Only the electronic submission via eFiling or at the SARS branch is allowed for the above tax types.

Tax types: Other:

A manual process is utilised to submit disputes for all other taxes excluding CIT, PIT, VAT and PAYE.  The dispute form to utilise is the online Notice of Appeal (ADR2 form), which must be submitted:

At the nearest SARS branch (Click here to make an appointment); or
By Email at contactus@sars.gov.za

The ADR2 cannot be submitted electronically via eFiling.

How do I lodge an objection?

Tax Types: CIT, PIT, PAYE and VAT :

An automated dispute management workflow process exists on eFiling for the above tax types.

Via eFiling guided process;
At a SARS branch nearest you (click here to make an appointment)

Only the electronic submission via eFiling or at the SARS branch is allowed for the above tax types.

Tax types: Other

A manual process is utilised to submit disputes for all other taxes excluding CIT, PIT, VAT and PAYE.  The dispute form to utilise is the online Notice of Objection (ADR1), which can be submitted:

At the nearest SARS branch (click here to make an appointment); or
By Email at contactus@sars.gov.za

The ADR1 cannot be submitted electronically via eFiling.

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