Selected for SARS Verification or Audit? Here’s What to Expect and What to Do

07 April 2021
“Is there a phrase in the English language more fraught with menace than a tax audit?” (Erica Jong, American novelist) A number of recent tax developments strongly indicate that taxpayers will face even more intense scrutiny from SARS in this new tax year. Most recently, an additional R3 billion was... more

New National Minimum Wage and Earnings Thresholds From 1 March 2021

31 March 2021
(N.B. The increases highlighted below are extracted from the Employment and Labour Minister’s announcement of 9 February 2021, and emphasis has been supplied where helpful in enabling quick identification of your employment sector. Comment is in square brackets) “The National Minimum Wage (NMW) for each ordinary hour worked has been... more

The Department of Small Business Development’s Lifelines to Suffocating SMMEs

24 March 2021
“It's been said that government doesn't create jobs, business does. For the most part, this is true. But government creates the environment in which businesses can excel and expand” (American politician and lawyer, Christine Gregoire) There are several resources that the government, under the guidance of the Department of Small... more

3 Survival Tips for Your Small Business In 2021: Little Things with A High Impact

17 March 2021
“If we believe that tomorrow will be better, we can bear a hardship today” (Thích Nhất Hạnh) According to a press release issued this year by the World Bank, the pandemic has taken “a heavy toll of deaths and illness, plunged millions into poverty, and may depress economic activity and... more

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