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  • Use these seven steps to effectively oversee your PPE in the workplace
  • It's your legal obligation to uphold the health and safety of all staff in your workplace. And one of the ways to do this is to issue Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to them. Failure to do this could see you facing massive fines and penalties, and even shut down! For example, an inspector from the Department of Labour could give you a prohibition notice forcing you stop work until you co... ››› more
  • [18 April 2016]
  • 5 Steps to effectively monitor PPE usage in your workplace
  • It's your responsibility to minimise health-and-safety risks in the workplace as much as is reasonably possible. And one of the ways you can do that is to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) wherever necessary. This seems straightforward enough. But it doesn't stop there because you have a responsibility to monitor its usage. So once you've identified any hazards in the workplace, ... ››› more
  • [22 March 2016]
  • Ensure your workers wear their PPE with these 4 tactics
  • In reality, it's pretty much impossible to literally remove every single health hazard in your workplace. But that doesn't mean you should just leave it. You are required to make a real effort to minimise them, in looking out for the health and safety of all your employees. And one of the things you can do to minimise hazards in the workplace is to provide your employees with Personal Protec... ››› more
  • [10 March 2016]
  • Follow these 2 steps in order to comply with the new Construction Regulations
  • An inspector can show up on your doorstep an any time to ensure you're complying with the new Construction Regulations (2014). And if he finds out you're not, then he could very well present you with a contravention notice. Or even worse, he could shut down your site completely! So it's absolutely imperative that you're fully compliant with all the new Construction Regulations. Follow the... ››› more
  • [07 March 2016]
  • Kumba Iron Ore is objecting to a massive SARS assessment. Here's how you can
  • As was recently reported, Kumba Iron Ore, of which the majority is owned by Anglo American, will be appealing a ruling by SARS stating that it owes them R5.5 billion (almos an entire quarter of its market value), of which R3.7 billion is interest and penalties. In a statement, the company made it clear that they had co-operated fully with SARS during its audit, but that they disagreed with its ... ››› more
  • [02 March 2016]
  • What happens to your partnership's VAT registration if it dissolves?
  • You all know that if you're in a partnership, it MUST be registered for VAT, provided: · It has a turnover of over R1 million in any 12-month period; and · There is an agreement or contract confirming there will be an income of over R1million in the next 12 months. You could also voluntarily register for VAT if it earns over R50 000 in any 12-month period. But now tha... ››› more
  • [24 February 2016]
  • 5 items you MUST include in your SARS objection
  • Did SARS give you an assessment which you completely disagree with? For example, they could have made a mistake on your assessment, overlooked the deductions you're allowed etc. Whatever your reasons are, if you're unhappy with a SARS assessment, then don't feel powerless or confused because you can contest a decision made by SARS. According to section 104 of the Tax Administration Act, y... ››› more
  • [06 February 2016]
  • Make sure you fall into these 3 areas for SARS to accept your late objection
  • Is there a SARS assessment which you disagree with? Did they make a monumental error which you just can't stand for? Whatever your reasons are, if you're unhappy with a SARS assessment, it's worth noting that you can contest a decision made by SARS. You can lodge an objection against a SARS assessment, under section 104 of the Tax Administration Act. But what's very important is that y... ››› more
  • [06 February 2016]
  • SARS objection deadlines: Here's what you need to know
  • If SARS gives an assessment, it doesn't necessarily mean that you have to go with it. For example, they could have made a mistake on your assessment, overlooked the deductions you're allowed etc. Whatever the cause for concern may be, if you're unhappy with a SARS assessment, you can, According to section 104 of the Tax Administration Act, contest a decision made by SARS. In other words, ... ››› more
  • [06 February 2016]
  • SARS rejected your objection! Use these 3 ways to resolve your dispute
  • You should never simply accept an assessment from SARS, because they can be wrong! If you're very unhappy with an assessment from SARS, lodge an objection! But what if they go ahead and reject your objection? What now? Well then, if SARS rejects your objection, you can lodge an appeal, after which you can resolve your dispute with these 3 avenues: Avenue#1: Alternative Dispute Resolution ... ››› more
  • [02 December 2015]
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