The Bowman Gilfillan Customs and Excise and International Trade practice provides much sought after advice on all tax and regulatory aspects relating to imports, exports and local manufacturing of goods.
This area of tax law is undergoing a fundamental change with the re-write of the Customs and Excise Act No. 91 of 1964 coupled with the SARS Modernisation Programme which aims to revolutionise the way the South African Revenue Service Customs and Excise Division will operate in the future. This has resulted in the need for a specialised niche practice to service our clients’ needs in this area of tax law.
At Bowman Gilfillan the Customs and trade aspects of any transaction are therefore carefully considered to ensure optimal planning and compliance with all regulatory aspects related thereto.
The Bowman Gilfillan team regularly contributes to publications and submits proposals and comments to the South African government on this very specialised area of tax law.
The Customs and Excise and International Trade practice offers a wide range of services to clients that engage in imports and exports and other trade related activities. Examples of the types of services that we provide include:
Contact us now to consult one of our experienced tax attorneys.