Important reasons to be up to date with your accounting
- Tax clearance certificates are often required (clients, contracts, tenders)
- Risk penalties or audits for late tax returns
- We give the correct advice on tax and vat and where you can save
- We know what deductions are allowed and which are not
- Correct advice on capital gains and donations tax and the implications thereof
I remember my high school days like yesterday. One thing that always fascinated me, was the unofficial competition there was between me and one of the boys in my class.
As the new tax season has just begun, in the interests of always trying to keep our loyal clients well informed, we are doing a couple of articles on this.
We have for some time now been writing a series of advice pieces on why businesses fail and how to avoid it. This article is something of a diversion.
In the interests of trying to assist both start up and established businesses to avoid the many pitfalls that businesses can face, we created this series on why businesses fail and how to avoid it.
When so many new businesses start up, we are continuing, by popular demand, with our on-going series of why so many businesses fail and hopefully offering helpful advice on ways to avoid it!
A couple of months ago we started what has proven to be a popular series that points out some common pitfalls and assists SMEs to make the right decisions.
In the interests of always trying to offer useful advice to our customers and potential customers, we write these articles to see if we can help in more ways than just giving financial advice.
There has always been a bit of a question about whether the company car or private car travel allowance are the better option when it comes to claiming tax benefits.
So you have taken the plunge and set up a new business. Exciting times and no doubt you have had lots of advice on the pitfalls you may be facing.
We are currently beset with continued petrol price hikes …and the latest one has been one of the most severe yet.
As professional Accountants we are often faced with issues relating to our clients who have unfortunately not held onto, or asked for, the important documents.
All financial decisions ultimately come down to an assessment of marginal benefits and marginal costs. Businesses want to make a profit.
Sole Proprietor Definition: A sole proprietorship is a business that is owned and operated by a natural person (individual). This is the simplest form of business entity.