Welcome to Bonglez Accountants!

As a midsized firm, each of our clients is not just a number. We are deeply familiar with the details of Our clients’ organizations, which means that we develop a thorough understanding of each client’s Business.

As a result, we are able to offer customized, proactive advice that will help in anticipating Challenges before they occur and identify emerging opportunities. We create services to meet clients Needs, rather than offering standard one-size-fits-all packages read more →

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Frequently Asked Questions

A. There are three requirements: 1. ID / Passport 2. South African Address (personal and / or business) 3. Ages 18 and older. Do you still have questions? Get in touch with our team to find out more about how they can help you.
We are not bound by location and neither is your registration, as we can register a Pty for you if you are located in South Africa or anywhere in the world where you have internet access. Contact us for more information. Do you still have questions? Get in touch with our team to find out more about how they can help you.
Preparing and submitting a tax return is much more than a compliance task. If it’s done well, a tax return is also a milestone in your annual tax planning and an opportunity to save money. Before you become a personal tax return client, we’ll discuss your needs with you so that we understand how we can best help you. We will then be able to give you a bespoke proposal and an accurate fee estimate. We’ll provide you with a checklist of the documents and information that we need to prepare your tax return and remind you when we need it. Different sorts of tax payers need to provide different types of information. For example, if you are landlord, the information you provide will be different from a business owner or an employee. Once we have your information, we will review your overall tax position before discussing any available allowances and reliefs with you, as well as any longer-term tax planning ideas. You’ll receive your completed tax return for review, along with supporting information that shows how we have arrived at the final figures. If you have any queries on your tax return, we’ll be on hand to answer them. When you’ve signed your tax return and sent it back to us, we will: Submit your tax return to HMRC and provide you with a copy Notify you of the amount of tax you need to pay and when you need to pay it. Remind you when your tax payments are due and provide a ‘how to pay your tax online’ guide which will help you to make payments quickly and easily. Throughout the year, we’ll let you know of any changes to tax law that may affect you. We will also be on hand answer your queries on HMRC correspondence such as their tax calculations, statements or PAYE coding. Do you still have questions? Get in touch with our team to find out more about how they can help you.
All businesses must register for VAT if they have an annual turnover of more than the current VAT threshold, or if they think they will soon go over this limit. Once you’ve registered your business for VAT you must: Charge VAT on the goods or services you sell (whether you sell to individual customers or to other businesses, Include your VAT number on your invoices, Pay VAT on the goods and services you buy for your businesses, and Prepare and file a VAT return to HMRC each quarter to show how much VAT you have charged (known as output tax) and how much VAT you have paid (known as input tax). If your output tax exceeds your input tax, you must pay the difference to HMRC. On the other hand, if your input tax exceeds your output tax, you can claim a refund on the difference. There are three different rates of VAT that can be charged – standard rate, reduced rate and zero rate. Some goods and services are exempt or partially exempt from VAT. There are also specific VAT rules that apply to certain trades and industries. You need to make sure you are charging the right amount of VAT to avoid unexpected demands from HMRC for unpaid tax. If you are VAT registered and your turnover falls below the threshold, it might be to your advantage to de-register for VAT. Your accountant should keep an eye on this for you and advise you on your best course of action. Do you still have questions? Get in touch with our team to find out more about how they can help you.

Lates News

28 January 2019

Administrative Penalties for Corporate Income Tax..

SARS will be imposing CIT Administrative penalties from 28 January 2019. Administrative penalties ....

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7 March 2018

Corporate Income Tax (CIT) Filing Season:

SARS is updating the systems and processes pertaining to the filing of Income Tax returns for Companies...

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26 February 2018

Enhancements to the Income Tax Return for Companies...

SARS implemented several changes to the Income Tax Return for Companies on 26 February 2018.

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