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How do I become a Tax Practitioner in South Africa?

If you are an accountant or tax specialist, then you may be wondering how to become a tax practitioner in South Africa. In this article, we will tell you what steps to take and what documents need to be submitted when registering as a SARS tax practitioner with the SAIT.

Steps to becoming a tax practitioner in South Africa

To become a tax practitioner, you must first register as a member of the ICBA. To do so, you’ll need to visit and click on “Join us today”. You will then be taken to an online form where you will complete your details (name, address etc.). After submitting this form and paying an annual membership fee of R3000 (about $200), you will be able to apply for registration as a tax practitioner in South Africa.

The ICBA offers its members various benefits including discounted training courses and access to legal advice when needed. If you are interested in becoming a tax practitioner but have not yet registered yourself with ICBA, please contact them directly before proceeding with further steps towards registration as a practising tax agent.

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Apply to the ICBA’s membership department asking to be recognised as a SARS tax practitioner.

Once approved by SAIT, you will be registered on their online database and will receive your PTR number, which needs to be used whenever you need to register a client.

Where do I find my PTR number?

You can find your PTR number by logging into SAIT’s website at [] or by contacting them directly at 0861 675 797.

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