Want to know how to login into SARS eFiling website? This post will help you with the direct link to login to the SARS eFiling website easily.
SARS eFiling is the official online process for submitting your tax returns to the South African Revenue Service. It was launched originally in 2001.
To log in to the SARS eFiling website, follow the below information. Note that you will need to visit the SARS eFiling Login website using a computer by following the links provided respectively.
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HOW TO LOGIN INTO SARS EFILING
- Goto SARS eFiling Login https://helpyouefile.sarsefiling.co.za/efiling/app/login
- Enter your SARS eFiling Username and click Next, then enter your Password and hit the login button.
- If your credential is correct, you should have access to your SARS eFiling account immediately.
I FORGOT MY EFILING PASSWORD
Online through the eFiling website
Calling the Contact Centre
1) Call the SARS Contact Centre on 0800 00 7277.2) Listen to the available options, and select “If you have forgotten your personal eFiling password”.3) When asked, enter the following details:
- Tax reference number followed by the hash (#) key.
- South African ID number or company registration number followed by the hash (#) key.
If your contact details have changed you will be transferred to the contact centre agent to help you reset your password.
Top Tip: before you call us have your identity number and tax number at hand.
I NEED MY TAX NUMBER
- You can get it on eFiling if you are registered as an eFiler. All you need to do is log on and check your number.
- You can request it verbally from the SARS Contact Centre on 0800 00 7277. Please have your ID number on hand as SARS will have to authenticate who you are.
- You can also request your notice of registration via the MobiApp if you are a registered eFiler.
- eFiling has been updated to allow taxpayers to request the Notice of Registration (IT150) under the ‘SARS Registered Details’ menu option.
- At a SARS branch.
SARS will not provide your tax number to another person, unless the person is your tax practitioner or has power of attorney to conduct your tax affairs.
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