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  • Four steps SARS has to take before removing money out of your bank account
  • The money in your company's bank account isn't totally under your control! SARS can demand you pay someone else's taxes. With the Tax Admin Act telling taxpayers that ignorance is no excuse, make sure you know your rights and how to prevent SARS from taking money out of your bank account. For SARS to recover any tax debt, you have to receive an assessment. And the assessment should be correct.... ››› more
  • [24 March 2017]
  • The SARS 10 commandments for eliminating your tax debt
  • If you've ever owed SARS money, you know that SARS goes on a drive to collect all outstanding taxes in February and March each year. And you're probably thinking SARS won't bother you again until 2016. Well... things have changed. SARS' image took a huge knock earlier this year when some of its senior staff acted beyond their authority to gather information on suspected tax evaders. So S... ››› more
  • [23 March 2017]
  • The 1 vital condition you have to meet to get a tax compromise
  • Is your company battling to get on top of tax debt? If so, then it's worth noting that you have a solution! I'm talking about a tax compromise, and you should definitely use it! You see, SARS would much rather make a compromise and get some tax out of you than risk getting nothing at all. But you need to keep in mind that SARS will only grant a tax compromise if this 1 important condit... ››› more
  • [23 March 2017]
  • SARS Audits: Know your rights
  • Is there anything worse than the moment when you open that letter from SARS, 'kindly advising you' they're arriving next week to audit your business? Don't panic! There are set rules and procedures that the SARS auditors MUST follow, to protect your rights even while it audits your business. Here are nine things you should know and put into practice now. Statistics show: Your... ››› more
  • [22 February 2017]
  • Six Important lessons to keep you out of the SARS 'dog box'!
  • Don't change your game plan when you're in the losing corner against SARS, it won't get you out of trouble. Here's a case that has six important lessons all tax payers can learn from - and even though the case is from 2007/8, the lessons are still relevant today! The facts of the case   The taxpayer treated the sale of sand extract from his farm as capital in nature rather than revenue. When... ››› more
  • [15 February 2017]
  • How to calculate the fringe benefits of VAT on company cars
  • One of the most common fringe benefits encountered on modern payrolls is the right to use a company car Where an employee has the right to use a company car, you must calculate the VAT on the fringe benefit as follows: Where the vehicle is a motor car (not a bus or kombi) and the input tax was specifically denied, the calculation is as follows:         0.3% x the determined va... ››› more
  • [15 February 2017]
  • Two businesses? And only one is making a profit? Use this escape hatch to pay less tax
  • You may think your only option is to close down the company that isn't making a profit. But don't be too hasty with your decision. There's an escape hatch you can use. Let's see if you qualify for it and how you can use it to pay less tax and save this company from closing down. ************* Advertisement *************   Meet the ultimate tax-bill slasher... Over 31 different tax brea... ››› more
  • [09 February 2017]
  • Five ways to get your business travel costs back
  • As you know, travel is an integral part of business. But the costs associated with travel are high. There's the cost of flights, car rental, accommodation and meals. This is sometimes just the start of the costs. But what if I told you there was a way for you to get some of these costs back? Keep reading to find out what the five common business travel expenses are and their VAT consequences... ››› more
  • [09 February 2017]
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