At Evergreen Accounting, we’re very enthusiastic about reducing your taxes and we explore every allowable tax deduction and tax break that may apply to you and your business.
Unlike many other tax practitioners, we don’t simply submit your tax return – we do a complete tax consulting analysis so you don’t pay a cent more than you have to. At Evergreen Accounting, our tax experts have saved our clients hundreds of thousands of Rand a year in tax that is legally and ethically avoidable, using simple tax management strategies.
Our tax practitioners will save you time and ensure your tax returns are done accurately.
For any and all tax queries, our qualified and experienced tax practitioners can assist you with advice and solutions.
The best way to manage you tax is to have good bookkeeping and accounting services on a monthly basis, and then pro-actively adjust as you go.
He did the right thing and appointed Chartered Accountants and Registered Auditors to take care of his financial affairs.
Every month he paid his accounting services bills. After more than a year he received an envelope via courier with his Annual Financial Statements. He was happy to get something for the money he’d paid but didn’t quite understand what the report was saying. The bottom line was that he doing very well and had made over a million in sales.
This went on for a few years, and Peter thought that this was normal because he trusted that his accountants had his back. They’re professionals after all. However, the relationship deteriorated when they informed Peter that they were behind with his work by a couple of years. This didn’t go down well with Peter, who then contacted us to take over.
To complete 18 months of accounting and compile the financial statements took us about 150 hours. We did a complete assessment and carried over the prior year figures. Peter was shocked to learn that he had accumulated a whopping R1m tax bill over three years, which he had to pay to SARS.
This lightened the cash outflow burden through monthly installments to pay off his tax debt.