Here are the five tax questions every small business owner should be asking their tax consultant this year.
Don’t let tax be a subject to cause pain and headaches each month.
Seugnet van der Merwe – Investment Analyst at Nedgroup Investments gives advice on tax-free investments.
Madelein van der Watt, Development Manager at Sage Pastel Payroll & HR, offers a simple guide to employer tax filing season.
50% of SA’s youth under the age of 25 are unemployed. What can businesses do to change this alarming statistic?
The ins and outs of Tax Freedom Day in South Africa.
The don'ts for financial management in small businesses.
How consideration of the budget speech (taxes), estate planning and ring fencing risk achieve this.
Small business corporations and the Income Tax Act.
Have you made a quick judgment call about the deductibility of an expense, only to end up in a grey area fraught with doubt and the threat of a SARS audit looming over your head.
SMEs tend to all make the same tax-related mistakes. Here’s what they are, and how you can change them.
Ensure you have the optimal business and tax structure before you launch.
Looking ahead, business owners can expect a number of improvements to the business environment.
Some budget relief for individual taxpayers while SME businesses have work to do.
These may still be difficult economic times, but with criminals targeting smaller businesses, cancelling your insurance policy may not be the wisest move – especially when there are ways to reduce your premiums.
The balance between low-cost healthcare and quality health services is achievable, even for smaller businesses.
Given that insurance is something your business has to have, you might as well make sure you do it properly when you buy it. Here are some tips to help you get it right.
As with many things tax-related, the exceptions often outnumber the rule. This is no different where the use of consultants in the place of full-time employees is concerned.
So you’ve just purchased the ideal commercial vehicle for your needs, and your business is raring to start capitalising on this new asset. But what about the risk?
Small businesses should take advantage of the tax amnesty being offered by SARS – before it’s too late.
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