UIF Ters benefits

    In order to claim UIF TERS benefits for your employees due to the corona virus outbreak, the company’s UIF returns have to be up to date. The fact that the UIF is paid monthly to SARS does not mean that the UIF returns are up to date. These returns must also be submitted to the department of labour on a monthly basis. The return includes the information for every employee, including the hours worked and salary received. If these returns are not up to date, the UIF TERS application will be rejected. Contact us for assistance with your UIF returns as well as UIF TERS application.

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    UIF claims – Easy to use guide

    During the lockdown period South Africa is currently facing, employees can apply to the unemployment insurance fund for relief. There has been a lot of questions regarding the application process. The document below is from the department of labour and explains the application process. This guide is applicable to the online application system. Make sure to read through the guide and ensure that you have all the documents/information before starting the process. Click on the link below to download form UI2.7 that needs to be comppleted and submitted with your claim. Please note The guide is from the department of Labour. Click here to be redirected the website.

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    Accounting,  Other,  Tax,  UIF

    Small business assistance requirements

    Small to medium enterprises can apply to receive financial or other assistance during the outbreak of the coronavirus. Click here to be redirected to the government website where applications are to be submitted. The following is a list of requirements in order for the application to be successful. The business must have been registered with CIPC by at least 28 February 2020. Company must be 100% owned by South African citizens. Employees must be 70% or more South Africans Priority will be given to businesses owned by women, youth and people with disabilities. Company must be registered with SARS and UIF. SARS and UIF must be compliant. Proof must be…

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  • Accounting,  CIPC,  PAYE,  Tax,  UIF,  VAT

    Closing your business – Here’s what you need to know

    People often ask me how to go about closing a private company and what their responsibilities are. CONTACT US FOR MORE INFO… The first thing to consider when closing a company is the tax implications. All taxes must be submitted and paid up to date, right up to the date that the company ceased to trade. This is applicable to all tax types. Income tax – Financial statements have to be prepared up to the date the company stopped trading. An IT14 return should then be submitted to SARS. If the company stopped trading in the middle of the financial year, financial statements must still be compiled, for all the…

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  • UIF

    Coronavirus and UIF

    Due to the coronavirus outbreak in South Africa, a lot of people are unable to go to work now, and a lot of people have already lost their employment. As an employer, it is necessary to ensure that your UIF returns are up to date in order for your employees can claim during these times. A UIF return has to be submitted to the department of labour every month, before the 7th. If you pay your UIF over to SARS every month together with your PAYE, it does not mean that your UIF returns are also up to date. Contact us and we can look at what is outstanding and…

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    UIF for domestic workers

    UIF must be deducted from all domestic workers and gardeners who work more than 24 hours a month. (Source Labourguide) All employers have to register with the department of labour as an employer. 1% from the employee’s salary must then be deducted every month, and the employer must make an equal contribution of 1%. A form must be submitted to the department of labour every month before the 7th. Failure to deduct UIF will result in the employer having to pay 2% UIF for the full period during which the employee worked. This can lead to a substantial amount. Contact us now for assistance.

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    UIF for domestic workers

    If you have a domestic worker or gardener that works more than 24 hours a month, you have to deduct UIF from their salary. As the employer, you also have to make a contribution of 1% of the worker’s salary towards UIF. A monthly return then has to be submitted to the department of labour indicating the contributions. Many people think that they are doing their employees a favour by not deducting UIF. But all employees go to the department of labour to claim this once they stop working. Then the employer is left in a situation where they have to pay both the employee and employer contribution from the…

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  • Accounting

    Boekhouer – Pretoria, Suid Afrika

    Ek is ‘n boekhouer gelee in die ooste van Pretoria. Ek bied boekhoudiens aan vanaf slegs R750 per maand. Die diens sluit in die verwerking van maandelikse finansiele data en die indiening van die BTW form. Dit sluit ook in twee voorlopige belastingforms per jaar. Ons doen ook finansiele state vanaf R3 500 per jaar, afhangend van die hoeveelheid werk betrokke. Ons kan ook assisteer met UIF en workmen’s compensation, wat beserings aan diens vir werkers dek. Van ons ander dienste sluit in salarisstrokies vir werkers en persoonlike belasting. Contact us vir die beste boekhouer in Pretoria.

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    Payslips – R50 per employee

    If you have employees, it is important to provide them with payslips on a monthly basis. It also makes it easier to submit PAYE recons if records are kept from the beginning. We provide payslips at R50 per employee. We use software designed for payslips to keep record. This also ensures that the correct deductions are made. We also use the software to submit the UIF return monthly to the department of labour. Read more…. Contact us

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