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The draft Customs Administrative Monetary Penalty System and the Excise Administrative Monetary Penalty System are more comprehensive and aggressive than previous guidelines, says auditing, tax and advisory services firm KPMG director for indirect tax, trade and customs practice Venter Labuschagne . The South African Revenue Service (Sars) recently collected comments on the two draft customs bills. While customs penalty regimes are usually quite harsh internationally, Labuschagne believes that Sars’ penalties may be too severe. “There seems to be little correlation between the potential loss for the fiscus and the value of a ...
What are the top 10 customs compliance violations that generate the most revenues for Canada Border Services Agency under the AMPS program? Smuggling cigarettes and hard drugs may garner the most news headlines. However, there are a host of other serious customs offenses that generate higher dollar amounts in total fines under Canada’s Administrative Monetary Penalty System (AMPS). AMPS was implemented in 2002, replacing the prior seize-and-forfeit system with monetary penalties for most violations. The paramount law for Canadian customs compliance is the Customs Act. Details for ... Read More
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