University of Stellenbosch Career Day

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As a well known, Exceed is always on the lookout for the best and brightest of students to nurture. In a bid to find these shining stars, we have taken part in another University of Stellenbosch Accounting Career Day.

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Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 (Proatia)

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All businesses must comply with the Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 (Proatia). The Promotion of Access to information act 2 of 2000 gives effect to the Constitutional right of access to information held by both public and private bodies.

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Tax administration

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We welcome Zoey Wentzel to our team and are looking forward to her future with the company.

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Welcome Aboard

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It is with great pride that we announce that the Exceed Group has branched out further and now includes……

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Congratulations

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Part and parcel of the long road to becoming a Chartered Accountant is the writing of numerous exams. We are proud to share the following news:

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Companies Act 2008 – Directors’ Responsibilities and Liability

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Do you still want to be a director under the new Companies Act? Directors’ need to know their rights and must be aware of what is expected of them. They are subjected to the common law, as found in court rulings and judgments.

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Does section 7 of the Income tax Act form part of your annual tax planning?

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Everyone, both individuals and companies need to do effective tax planning on at least an annual basis. Effective tax planning means paying taxes at the most optimal tax rates and this is only possible through the taxing of profits in the hands of the legal entities and individuals with the lowest marginal tax rates.

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Thank you

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Tenk Loubser & Associates are always happy to hear from satisfied clients. It motivates us to always improve our service delivery.

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Trusts – Capital Income vs Ordinary Income

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The importance of keeping accurate accounting records
Why is it necessary to make the distinction?
The distinction must be made due to the fact that there are income tax, imposed on income received by the tax payer, and capital gains tax, imposed on the capital gain received by the tax payer.

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