Monthly Archives: October 2019

Does your SME owe SARS money?

Many entrepreneurs and business owners live in fear of the South African Revenue Services (SARS). In most cases, this fear is compounded by a lack of knowledge and failure to understand what is required. Yet most of the anxiety – … Continue reading

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The importance of saving for retirement

Preparing for retirement requires seeing the bigger picture years before it becomes necessary. It should be one of the most important concerns for working individuals, yet many people are not making the necessary provisions for their old age. When you … Continue reading

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Confidence in auditing profession is looking up

There’s been a slight improvement in the perception of shareholder governance and the strength of auditing and accounting standards, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report. This can be attributed to a number of factors. The strength of … Continue reading

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Different VAT supplies and how it affects your VAT return

There are a few instances where VAT is not charged at the standard rate of 15%. In the following newsletter, we distinguished between the different supplies that attract VAT but does not necessarily have the impact of a standard rate … Continue reading

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