At this stage of the process, it is very important to realise that submitting an objection is a dispute resolution process which is seen as pre-litigation work.
(In case the matter proceeds to litigation)
Getting an objection wrong can mean that the assessment is final and nothing can be done to correct it. It is, therefore, important that the objection is done within the rules issued by SARS and within the time prescribed by the SARS rules to have it considered. When SARS considers an objection it is only being considered but not a guarantee that it will be allowed. Therefore, further understanding of the case is important to communicate the reasons the taxpayer is to the right with reference to the income tax act.