Your Responsibility

Tax compliance is very onerous for South African Businesses of all sizes and it takes up a lot of time and resources.  Many entrepreneurs are more focussed on their business and battle to find the time to understand all of their statutory obligations, let alone comply with them.  Your corporate tax responsibilities can be broken into 3 categories:
Every business in South Africa is required to register for income tax. Once this is done you have to submit both annual tax returns and provisional tax returns.
This includes:
• PAYE or Pay as You Earn
• UIF or Unemployment Insurance Fund
• SDL or Skills Development Levy
• Workman’s Compensation.
It is MANDATORY for all businesses to register for VAT if the income earned in any consecutive twelve month period exceeded or is likely to exceed R1 million.

We will stand in the queue at SARS so you Don’t Have To!

Dealing with SARS can be taxing at the best of times (yes, pun intended).  Should the need arise, we will handle any of the following for you:
  • Applying for tax clearance or good standing certificates
  • Applying for tax directives
  • Handling any objections with SARS
  • Assisting in getting refunds paid by SARS
  • Any tax advice that you need, for example when structuring deals or potentially buying other companies or assets
  • Salary structuring
  • eFiling submission and administration