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Affordable Preparing financial statements, Tax Preparation and Monthly Bookkeeping from R750 P/M

We specialize in providing high- quality, value-added accounting, and consulting services. As a small firm, we are able to focus a higher average level of staff on the engagement. We are large enough to serve and small enough to provide caring attention.

Zanokuhle Consulting was established as a firm that provides bookkeeping, tax, accounting, compilations of financial statements, and independent review services to individuals, small businesses, and companies. We provide a quality service for our clients by staying abreast of accounting and tax law changes and by taking a proactive interest in the efficient financial management of your business.

We provide the following services

– Bookkeeping

– Business Consulting and Advisory.

– Monthly management accounts

– Annual financial statements

– Registration for: VAT, PAYE/UIF/SDL, Income tax and Turnover Tax

– Preparation and submission for: VAT returns (VAT201), PAYE/UIF/SDL returns (EMP201), EMP501, Income tax returns

– Liaising with SARS and attending to audits

– CIPC services, Department of labour submissions

 

 

Q What the difference between Cloud Accounting and Traditional Accounting

Traditional Accounting
Info works on one computer. Essentially your business is chained to your office computer and office hours
Data bounces from place to place, either via USB drive or email. This is unsecure, unreliable, and inefficient.
Often multiple versions of the ledger which can create confusion and lead to errors.
User access is restricted to one person. Key personnel are unable to access info when they need to.


Cloud Accounting
Cloud-based information can be updated and accessed from any internet-enabled device at anytime, anywhere in the world
Work together with the accountant in real time instead of having to send the accountant the data file each time a new entry is made.
Safe and secure: info stored in the cloud therefore no downtime in the case of theft, fire, natural disaster or data loss.
Only one ledger kept in the cloud, which improves the accuracy of the information and minimises errors.
Low maintenance. Everything is managed by the cloud service provider. Updates are free and automatically implemented.
Multi-user access facilitating online collaboration with your team
Everything is backed up automatically

Q Why do I need a Bookkeeper

Bookkeepers can manage lots of different responsibilities within a small business. But the main focus is the organisation, recording and reporting of financial transactions as part of the operational life of a small business. In more recent times, some bookkeepers have extended their range of duties to include:
1. implementation of document management and inventory control processes to create efficiencies within the business
2. implementation of POS (point of sale) systems that capture the daily transactions in a retail environment.
3. develop, implement, maintain and review internal business processes.
4. Keeping track of daily transactions
A bookkeeper can handle the recording of day-to-day bank transactions. If the accounting software you use has daily automatic bank feeds, this is a great tool for your bookkeeper to use. When your bank statement lines are fed into your accounting software, it’s much easier to keep an eye on cash flow and it also saves on data entry time
5. Sending out invoices and managing the accounts receivable ledger
Preparing invoices and sending them to clients is usually the bookkeeper's responsibility. Managing the accounts receivable ledger – and chasing late payment
6. Handling the accounts payable ledger
Up to a certain dollar amount, it's usually bookkeepers who will make payments on behalf of the business. This includes payment of supplier invoices, expenses and petty cash.
7. Preparing the books for the accountant
It's the bookkeeper's job to ensure that the accounts are valid and up to date when the accountant needs them. This allows the accountant to use their skills and knowledge to make business recommendations, report to the board and complete company tax returns.

Q Why do I need Bookkeepers and accountants working together

A well-run business is likely to make use of both accountants and bookkeepers. The division of labour is important

An accountant or bookkeeper can also help you choose the right accounting software and set it up so that it works well for you and your employees
The accountant will report to the business owner and the board members.

The accountant will report on the state of the accounts so that the board and owner have a clear picture of the financial health of the business.

A bookkeeper can also provide reporting, but in a less formal way on a more regular basis with what is called management accounts.

These reports are often used by the business owner as checkpoints to see where the business is going often in a weekly basis.

Armed with up-to-date figures, the accountant will make recommendations to the business owner and the board. The accountant will offer advice about any planned expansion and investment. They will also advise on whether the business can afford to move into new markets and other financial strategies.

The accountant will use the information prepared by the bookkeeper to write the company reports. These reports will include information about income and expenses, net profit, assets, liabilities and tax. The accountant will also file the company tax return forms and arrange for tax payments to be made.

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Opening Hours
  • Saturday24 hours open
  • Sunday24 hours open
  • Monday24 hours open
  • Tuesday24 hours open
  • Wednesday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Thursday24 hours open
  • Friday24 hours open
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  • Price Range 750 - 5000

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