702 Small Business Awards

Self-funded TMMBS Accountants empowers businesses to get their books in order

TMMBS Accountants is one of 20 finalists in 2017 Sage Small Business Awards with 702.

TMMBS Accountants offer auditing, accounting, taxation and secretarial services to small businesses and other companies.

Most of their clients were previously unaware about the importance of compliance in bookkeeping.

TMMBS Accountants director Tshepo Mosiedi says he recognised the need for accounting services within smaller business communities during his studies.

I decided that just after graduating I'm going to open my accounting firm.

Tshepo Mosiedi, Director of TMMBS Accountants

I met my partner, who is a charted accountant, and he partnered with me after I became a registered tax practitioner.

Tshepo Mosiedi, Director of TMMBS Accountants

We self-funded everything that we have, from our offices to our equipment.

Tshepo Mosiedi, Director of TMMBS Accountants

TMMBS Accountants is an accounting firm that is servicing small and medium-sized businesses.

Tshepo Mosiedi, Director of TMMBS Accountants

We have a Pan-African vision to create a world class African accounting firm that will be able to open doors for black accountants and assist SMMEs to grow.

Tshepo Mosiedi, Director of TMMBS Accountants

TMMBS Accountants have two offices; a head office in Krugersdorp and another in Kagiso.

Motsiedi explains that the firm hopes expanding into Africa and partnering with more black accountants.

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