Can I use affidavit as proof of address?

Can I use affidavit as proof of address?

One of the most commonly used affidavits is a proof of address affidavit. The owner can provide proof of residency without needing an affidavit as his/her name is on all the bills (although sometimes he/she may also need an affidavit declaring that he/she lives at the address).

Can I use bank statement as proof of residence?

Any one of the following valid documents reflecting your name and physical residential address will be sufficient as proof of residence: Utility bill, e.g. municipal water and lights account or property managing agent statement. Bank statement. Telephone or cellular telephone statement.

When do you need a sworn affidavit from SARS?

Has SARS asked you for documents that you can’t produce, such as an old IRP5 from a prior year that your employer doesn’t have, or that simply doesn’t exist? To prove to SARS that you cannot produce the document they want, you will need to produce what is called a sworn affidavit.

How do I upload supporting documents ( relevant )-SARS?

Select the document(s) to be uploaded; The system shows the path directory and name of the file selected; If the information shown is right, click Upload; The uploaded documents will be shown on the work page. Click Submit to SARS to send the supporting documents (relevant material).

How to upload supporting documents ( relevant ) on eFiling?

Click Submit to SARS to send the supporting documents (relevant material). Top Tip: You can upload up to 20 files per session on eFiling today, without submitting the documents to SARS, and upload again tomorrow and then only submit when all your documents are uploaded.

What do I need to register with SARS?

The Registered Representative may however delegate his rights, but such an engagement with SARS will require a Power of Attorney with every visit and will be recorded as a Once off Mandate. Registration details include your name, surname, ID or trading name, company registered name and company registration number.

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