April 24, 2023

Will solar power increase the value of your home?

The upfront investment is high, which you’ll want to recover when you sell.Stage 6 loadshedding is now firmly in effect, many South Africans are without power […]
March 3, 2023

Why your business should place an emphasis on building relationships

Every business in the world sells something. They sell goods or services in order to address a need or desire of a consumer, and to achieve a profit in the process (at the very least […]
March 3, 2023

10 Tips for embracing change in 2023

How to overcome ‘change fatigue’ and create a winning working environment. Let’s be honest—we’re all tired. The truth is that fatigue is a very common feeling […]
March 3, 2023

Never do things just ‘for tax purposes’

A decision based solely on tax considerations is likely to be the wrong one.“I hate tax!”  These were the words spoken by a director of one […]
January 25, 2023

I’ve been pulled over by the police, what are my rights?

Being pulled over by the police is often an intimidating and frightening experience for many. In many situations, it’s an experience in which the police exploit […]
January 25, 2023

Testamentary trusts still have their place

How you can protect your assets from predators—including SARS. Trusts have received a lot of bad press over the past few years, what with SARS taking […]
January 25, 2023

The effect of past transactions on the sale of a business

The sale of a business is often a complex venture and requires consideration of various facts in examining the financial reality behind the sale. From the […]
December 6, 2022

When it comes to strategy, think big

To create a strategic roadmap for your business you don’t need heaps of wonderful resources; you only need to give up your preconceived ideas about strategy. […]
December 6, 2022

Fraud: Remedies available to defrauded parties

Fraud can be defined as the unlawful and intentional making of a representation that causes actual or potential prejudice to another. Parties often act on the […]
December 6, 2022

When SARS requests supporting documents

E-filing doesn’t allow ‘secured’ or password-protected documents to be uploaded—but there is a solution. Following SARS Commissioner Edward Kieswetter’s announcement that he intends to rebuild SARS’ […]
September 13, 2023

How FATF ‘greylisting’ will impact SA business

SA companies will need to respond quickly to mitigate the risks stemming from this development Global money laundering and terrorist financing watchdog, the Financial Action Task […]
August 21, 2023

The new SARS solar energy tax credit

The tax credit for individuals installing solar panels is here, for a limited time only. The proposed new law regarding the tax credit available to individuals […]
August 21, 2023

Factors affecting compensation for personal injury claims in South Africa

Personal injury claims are common in South Africa, and they arise from different causes such as car accidents, medical negligence, slips and falls, workplace accidents, and […]
July 17, 2023

Awareness campaign: Registration of trusts for tax purposes

SARS has embarked on a path to rebuild its organisational capability and restore institutional integrity. In line with SARS’ Vision 2024 and beyond, we highlight the […]
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