This week Whitfield spoke to Daniel Baines, author of “How to Get a SARS Refund for Small Businesses”.
Description by the publisher (Penguin Random House South Africa):
This book is the follow-up to How to Get a Sars Refund, which explained individual taxes.
How to Get a SARS Refund for Small Businesses explains small-business tax and is written in easy-to-understand language.
The practical examples in the book will allow those who have never studied the subject to understand the tax rules quickly and easily and will provide aspiring entrepreneurs with extra confidence to take that first step on their business adventure.
Current business owners will gain a better understanding of how their businesses operate.
The book covers different types of tax that a small-business owner may encounter, including income tax, VAT, pay-as-you-earn (PAYE) and dividends tax.
The book details how different types of entities are taxed, such as a private company compared with a sole proprietor.
How to Get a Sars Refund for Small Businesses aims to bridge the current education gap that exists for entrepreneurs and small-business owners who were never taught about tax in school or at university.
For more detail, listen to the interview in the audio below.
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