If you’re a start-up, you may not be familiar with the tax obligations that you’ll need to undertake.
All registered businesses in South Africa are required to pay company tax, and we understand that it can become quite complicated depending on the size and structure of your business. If you’re a start-up, you may not be familiar with the tax obligations that you’ll need to undertake.
Failure to pay tax can lead to severe financial penalties and legal issues. That’s not the kind of pressure you need, instead, focus on ways in which to enhance your business growth. We have years of experience and are equipped to submit your tax returns for you on time and in a professional manner. If your company in South Africa has employees, you are liable to pay the following taxes to SARS.
If you’re self-employed, a freelance worker in South Africa, trade as a sole proprietorship or a partnership, you will need to pay tax. However, you’ll be taxed as an individual and will have to submit a personal income tax return. Partnerships can be between two or more people; each partner will be taxed as an individual based on their share of the profits. This can become quite tricky because it requires a host of different documents to be submitted. We’ll compile your annual financial statements for the year for your company and then use this information to compile your company’s income tax return and submit it to SARS annually as required.
We also have extensive experience in preparing and submitting a company’s provisional tax twice a year as required by SARS. Please speak to one of our consultants today and make your life less taxing.
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