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  • Are you claiming interest charges on an asset you haven't used yet? Don't!
  • Good news: You won't trigger CGT if you dispose of an asset in one of these ways... Do these two things to guarantee your input tax claims? Your employee just crashed the company car! Now what? Dear reader, Picture this... You buy property and start building an office. With two weeks to go to completion, you take out a loan and buy office equipment. But yo... ››› more
  • [19 July 2017]
  • You won't go wrong with your input tax claims if you follow these six rules...
  • Still struggling to grasp when you can claim input tax? Follow these six rules Here's how input tax can boost your company's cash flow legally You could be missing out on 19 input tax VAT savings... Dear reader, If you're still struggling to grasp when you can claim input tax, you're not alone.   Many VAT vendors battle.   While knowing you're n... ››› more
  • [12 July 2017]
  • Tax invoices 101: Here's what's acceptable when it comes to tax invoices
  • The following in tax invoices will stand up to SARS' scrutiny Are there any inaccuracies in your tax invoices? If SARS asks you to sign this document... STOP! Put down that pen. You have the right to refuse SARS is very strict when it comes to tax invoices. For example, you must ensure certain details appear on your tax invoice and you must adhere to certain require... ››› more
  • [16 June 2017]
  • Save thousands and get your employees to keep an accurate, SARS-compliant logbook
  • Here's what your employee needs to know about keeping an accurate logbook Put a stop to all your company car and travel allowance headaches today How you can save R26 983 with an accurate logbook A vital part of managing your employees travel allowance is his logbook. This must accurately detail his travel expenses. If his logbook isn't 100% accurate and up-to-... ››› more
  • [13 June 2017]
  • Seven simple steps to calculate your provisional tax correctly
  • Has SARS sent YOU a nasty penalty assessment because your provisional taxes were incorrect? Use these seven steps to calculate your provisional tax correctly Find detailed calculations and examples for these seven steps here With provisional tax, you estimate and pay your taxes in two payments in the financial year. It's one payment every six months, instead of having to pay one big amount at th... ››› more
  • [02 June 2017]
  • How to complete and submit your provisional tax
  • The 31 August 2017 provisional tax (PVT) payment deadline is just around the corner. As you know you have to take the time to go through your calculations to make sure you're paying the right amount to avoid penalties from SARS. If you missed our last article on how to calculate your provisional tax payment, have a look here. All you need to do now is prepare your return to file by the 31st ... ››› more
  • [12 May 2017]
  • Five input tax claims you're NOT allowed to make
  • Input tax is the VAT you pay your suppliers in the course of your business as well as VAT paid on goods you import. SARS allows you to claim the input tax for your relevant tax period when you complete your VAT return. While this is the case, there are input tax claims you aren't allowed to make. Read on below to find out what they are so you can comply with SARS and avoid penalties. Every... ››› more
  • [08 May 2017]
  • How to work out how much tax your investments attract
  • As a business owner or shareholder, a popular way to invest is to hold or trade shares. You hold shares to make money. Either you'll hang on to your shares for a while and reap the benefits in the form of capital growth and dividends. Or you'll look at selling short to take profits on the movement in share price. The tax consequences hinge on whether the gains or losses you receive are of ... ››› more
  • [27 April 2017]
  • SARS reveals five helpful hints for completing your ITR12T form
  • SARS reveals five helpful hints for completing your ITR12T form
    As a trustee, you have a legal duty to complete and send an Income Tax Return for your Trust to SARS every year. Failure to do so is an offence and could result in harsh penalties. The good news is, SARS is going to make your Income Tax Return for Trust (ITR12T) completion seamless. It understands that the ITR12T may be a bit tricky and it wants to help you submit an accurate return and be c... ››› more
  • [13 April 2017]
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