We pride ourselves in the use of presently available technology to provide an inclusive and speedy experience, through continuously communicating with clients as we prepare the work.

Our clients range from Small and Medium-sized Enterprises to Individuals in various sectors; Public Sector, Construction, Engineering, Attorneys, Real Estate, NPO, and Sectional Title Schemes to mention a few.

We aim to provide and maintain our 5-star rated service by delivering work that is compliant with all institutions like SARS, the Department of Labour, Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB).


What we do

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Accounting Services


Tax Services

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Other services

Why Choose us

Accurate Record Keeping

customer oriented

proper compliance

Your business in mind

Build partnerships


What our Clients Say?

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Amanda Lee
CEO & Founder Crix
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Director at Dynamic
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Director at Initech


This depends on several issues including the size of your business, your target market, the level of risk associated with your business, tax-related issues, cost implications, and client perceptions. We would be happy to give you further advice on this at an initial and cost-free meeting.

Corporate entities are currently taxed at a flat rate of 28%. There are also lower tax rates applicable to Small Business Corporations as defined. It is also important that the corporate tax rate applicable to your business is considered against both the profitability of the business and also the rate of tax that you as the director may be paying on salary benefits received from your business. Dividend tax implications may also need to be considered for the larger and more profitable corporations.

Under the New Companies Act, most smaller (Pty) Ltd’s will no longer require an audit. Further, an Independent Review will only be required in certain very limited circumstances. For most, the compilation of the Annual Financial Statements and any opinion expressed on these by an Independent Professional Accountant will suffice. This last is very much our target market.

If your turnover is over one million rands, then VAT registration is compulsory. Below this it is voluntary. If you fall into the voluntary registration category, we would be happy to advise you as to whether it would be preferable for your business to be VAT registered or not as this will depend on several factors. The actual process of VAT registration can be a minefield for the inexperienced and we strongly recommend that this particular registration is handled by a professional.

If you employ staff, then UIF registration is necessary. Also, PAYE registration should any salaries be above the tax threshold. It is important to note that you as the director are also an employee as defined.

This is what we do. Your focus should be on the generation of income as opposed to being buried in paperwork. For the majority of our clients, we attend the entire accounting function on a bi-monthly or monthly basis including the VAT and management reporting function. This means the client is not lumped with a huge bill at the end of the year and has regular access to quality information during the year. However, this is not cast in stone and we cater to each client’s individual and specific needs.

Again, this is what we do and where we excel as registered tax practitioners. Our primary function is to ensure that both you and your business receive ALL the tax deductions that you are legally entitled to. If your business is profitable, we WILL save you money from a tax perspective.

The corporate entity will be registered as a provisional taxpayer. A provisional taxpayer is required to pay tax twice annually, once in August and once in February. At these times we will determine the estimated taxable income for the corporation based on current and historical information and calculate provisional taxes payable accordingly. After the end of the tax year, the Annual Financial Statements are prepared and the actual company tax return is submitted based on these Financials. On assessment by SARS, the final tax liability for the corporate entity is determined.

As a director, you will also be required to be registered as a provisional taxpayer. The timing of your provisional tax payments is the same as for the company and the process is similar as mentioned above. However, in addition, the director is still obliged to pay monthly Paye on his salary but these payments are taken into account when the provisional tax calculation is performed and the liability is reduced accordingly.

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