Don’t Let a Death or Disablement Destroy Your Business

21 August 2019
The greatest need in many small businesses is for cash flow. Picture this scenario: Three people start a business and after a few years it is beginning to make profit – in a year it will go cash positive. One of the shareholders is killed (or disabled) in an accident,... more

SARS: Changes to the Employer Statement of Account

15 August 2019
This form is designed so that employers can easily reconcile their payroll taxes (PAYE, UIF and SDL). These taxes have proved difficult to reconcile and this redesigned form is intended to simplify this process. It is important to get this right to avoid paying penalties and interest. A significant step... more

Business Rescue Options: Going the Informal Route v the Companies Act Route

01 August 2019
The business rescue provisions in the Companies Act are regarded as progressive and world class and there is evidence that it has worked well. Yet a 2016 survey showed that more distressed businesses opted for an informal approach and appear to be more successful than those opting for the remedies... more

How Tax Returns Will Be Easier This Year, and Should You File if You Earn Under R500,000?

18 July 2019
“Death and taxes may be inevitable but they shouldn’t be related” (J.C. Watts Jr)” Tax season 2019 begins on 1 August (1 July for taxpayers who are registered for eFiling or have access to the MobiApp) and SARS has taken further steps to reduce the burden on both taxpayers and... more

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