Louise Rocher – Centurion Accountant
Management Accountant and Tax Practitioner
Tax season is between 1 July and 25 November every year. Bizzacc offers a unique special personal tax service by assisting individuals with completing and submitting their Tax Returns, including proper tax planning and maximizing available deductions. We can also assist you with dealing with SARS.
CORE FOCUS OFFERINGS
Our unique small business and financial management programs are designed to be practical and assist business owners in managing and improving their business processes and finances
Starting your own business is normally a very daunting task. BIZZACC’s easy and effective Startup in a Box program is aimed to cater for just this: Helping a small business to start their own business.
Reach your financial business goals
Our custom financial management solutions are built to work for you and to make sure you reach your business goals and objectives. All our solutions are designed to take your business to a stable and care free situation. The financial world with all it’s regulations is evolving at the speed of light and what used to work a few years ago is not that effective anymore. To stay ahead of your competitors and complying to the SARS regulation it is crucial that you entrust your financial management to professionals with the right experience. Our process is simple and it works.
9 DEADLINES ALL BUSINESS OWNERS MUST KNOW AND REMEMBER
January February March May August August October November Birthday month of the company Annual Returns
Business Income Tax Return (If the business year ends in February) Second Provisional Tax Return (Based on current year income) Submission of Workmen’s Compensation Return (If you employ anyone you must get registered) Annual Pay As You Earn (PAYE) Reconciliations (If you take money from your business or you pay any salaries or wages) First Provisional Tax Return (Based on the first six months of income) According to the new Companies Act 2011 all companies must have financial statements signed off within 6 months after financial year end Bi-Annual PAYE Reconciliation (Based on 6 months salaries and wages paid) Submission of Income Tax Return for all Individuals (Date of registration) – CIPC (A levy is payable to CIPC annually to keep your company registered) If you are registered for PAYE – Monthly returns must be submitted on the 7th of each month If you are registered for VAT – You will submit your VAT return every second month on or before the 31st if on e-filing Remember, most of these returns will result in an outflow of money to your accountant for submission as well
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“Louise is always efficient and pleasant to do business with – the fact that she is often available on a Saturday makes it really convenient for me. She take the headache out of tax returns.”Judi V
“Very accommodating, keeps us on the right track with our Accounts and efficient on ensuring tax deadlines are met. I would recommend Louise to anyone ”Francine Nel
Louise is not your normal run of the mill bean counter and you can trust her implicitly to come up with financial solutions for all of your business needs. Sorry Nadine, your not a bean counter really !!Craig Bogett