AGBS Accounting, Bookkeeping, Tax & Financials
Accounting Services in Cape Town
AddressUnit 201 C. Mowbray. Cape Town. Western Cape. 7700
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What you should know about AGBS Accounting, Bookkeeping, Tax & Financials
Not unlike any other business AG Business Solutions (AGBS in short) started out in 2006 with one client. Our business model revolves around gaining and maintaining the highest level of expertise in the accounting, bookkeeping and tax field and delivering that benefit to our client base. He has been involved in the accounting, auditing, bookkeeping and tax industry since All our associates are governed by their respective professional bodies. To be there when financial matters needs to be addressed swiftly and efficiently. If all goes well the price at which Pastel software is supplied to our customers will be drastically reduced. Our ethos is simple: Provide the best possible service, advice and product. We have a strong work ethic, have many years of experience in the industry and have grown to know EXACTLY what banks and SARS are looking for in reports. Would you like to know what the main reasons are most new clients put forth for trying to find a cost effective accountant or accountancy firm to dig them out of a tax hole? A lot of small or medium sized business owners underestimate the value of good accounting practices in their businesses. Our rates are ALWAYS discussed and fixed at the time of us doing the needs assessment. On average, how far behind were those clients with their financial obligations to SARS? The auditors subsequently took every invoice paid to people where no company registration number was present (sole traders) and searched their own database for those names and cross referenced it with possible ID numbers, tax certificates issued by banks for interest earned on positive balances, etc. My client did not feature on their income tax database at all as he resigned from his full time job 3 years prior to that incident. And of course they had a copy of one of his invoices so it was fair to assume he had his own business. And the whole exercise also cost him a small fortune in professional fees as the amount of work to catch up was phenomenal! He could not pay SARS the entire amount all at once and is currently STILL paying off his outstanding taxes. He could probably have ended up saving more than R100 000 if he only acted sooner! How can any business owner have any idea of what his business is worth, how well (or poorly) it is performing and what his liabilities are if he or she does not have up to date records and financial statements? A financially sound business that owes SARS virtually nothing and where you can focus your attention on growing the business, or would you rather settle for a business that barely scrapes by due to the owner not knowing what he owes (or is owed), what his liabilities are and why he or she constantly find themselves in need of putting out fires? A business requires a sound administrative base that feeds into adequate record keeping for accounting and tax purposes. SARS is an important body in our country and as a business owner it will stand you in great stead to realize this, embrace the fact and trade in accordance with our country’s laws. When all is said and done the power to maximize your business’ potential lies in only your hands. You can either cower in a corner, fearful of the most important step you can take for your business this year, or you can give AGBS the green light to get you back on track!
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