Accounting Services

Registered Accountants In Pretoria

Professional Accountants can perform a variety of services for your business

Business tax and bookkeeping services:

    • VAT calculation and submission of returns
    • Payroll tax calculation and submission returns
    • Monthly bookkeeping to trial balance
    • Annual company tax return
    • Company provisional tax
    • Compensation Commissioner annual return of earnings and Letter of Good Standing

Services as financial accountants and management accountants:

    • Financial statements
    • Management statements
    • Cash flow projections
    • Independent Review engagements

We are registered professional accountants in Pretoria.

We offer business tax and bookkeeping services to suit the entrepreneurs needs.

We offer business tax and bookkeeping services to suite the entrepreneurs needs. As accountants, we understand that time is money.

We can assist from company registration right through to financial statements and the filing of your company’s business tax returns and everything in between.

Tax accountants ensure that your company stay tax compliant. Accountants are qualified to perform a variety of services to your company and not just tax services.

External accountants are more affordable than internal full time accountants to smaller businesses.

Professional accountants can add value with cost and budget management for your business. We also have a comprehensive list of personal tax services

Financial statements

Financial statements must be compiled within 6 months after the company year end by a qualified accountant.

The business tax return is completed from the information in the annual financial statements.

We perform certain checks to ensure the financial records are in order. The turnover in the financial statements must correspond with the turnover declared in the VAT returns over the same period. The turnover must also correspond with the turnover declared in the CIPC annual return.

The payroll total in the financial statements must correspond with the amounts declared in the payroll tax returns. This figure must also correspond with the payroll declared in the Compensation Commissioner return of earnings.