Companies and Intellectual Property Commision (CIPC)

Tax and accounting advice for company structure and company registration

We not only ensure that your company is correctly registered with the CIPC, but our Master Tax Specialists provide pertinent advice as to what type of entity (individual/Trust/PTY LTD) is best suited for your start up and how your accounts should be structured to ensure tax optimisation.

Reactivation of CIPC membership and yearly submissions

If you have not submitted returns to the CIPC for three years or more, then your company will be deregistered. Our accountants are able to resubmit any outstanding returns and reactivate your CIPC membership thereafter. We also sign off and submit your yearly returns to the CIPC on your behalf.

Public benefit Organisations (PBO’s): Ensuring full compliance with SARS and Section 18A

Is your PBO actively registered at SARS?

If your organisation has not submitted annual financial statements and is found to be non-compliant and not approved by SARS under section 18A, then you will not qualify for tax exempt donations, and neither will the company making such donations. As a result, your organization will be taxed on all income received and the company making said donation will not be able to claim tax back from SARS.

We are able to backdate any outstanding returns, correctly prepare annual financial statements and make sure you are fully compliant with SARS. This includes applying for approval under Section 18A. Thereafter, we can prepare your financial statements and submit them on your behalf on a yearly basis.

See SARS Interpretation Note 98

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