Monthly Archives: January 2021

Companies: How to Manage Your Greater Tax Risk in 2021

South African companies are exposed to a significant tax risk. Companies are liable for a range of direct taxes, indirect taxes and employees’ taxes that are continuously subject to legislative changes and administrative improvements by SARS and National Treasury. This … Continue reading

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Five Mistakes to Avoid When Investing Offshore

With Fitch and Moody’s downgrading South Africa’s credit rating even further and the political and economic climate becoming increasingly erratic it’s perhaps unsurprising that more and more people are electing to move their money offshore. While this may seem to … Continue reading

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What Should You Do If a Creditor Tries to Liquidate Your Business?

One of the most stressful events that a small business owner can face is having creditors breathing down their neck demanding payment for overdue debts, threatening to liquidate their company and even applying to a court to have their company … Continue reading

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The Way Forward: More Virtual Meetings?

If there was ever a protocol-challenging year in recent memory, it has to be 2020. Due to its challenges imposed as a result of Covid-19, improvisation and ingenuity were required. Some of the results of these will remain with businesses … Continue reading

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