The VAT Handbook
Are you a VAT vendor? If so, look no further than this all-inclusive guide to every question you ever wanted answered on this tax.
As a taxpayer, you often pay over more to the Receiver than required, and nowhere is this more evident than in the payment of Value Added Tax.
If you are one of the thousands of VAT vendors in South Africa who are obliged to prepare a VAT return every two months, you need to read this book.
For although the process seems very simple - record the VAT paid in respect of producing your product or service, subtract from this the VAT received in respect of your product or service, and pay the balance over to the Receiver - in practice it is rather more complex, as certain rules apply to what you can and cannot claim as a legitimate amount, and on imports and exports related to your business.
Tax consultants, who service several returns at a time, rush through the work, with the result that large amounts often get overlooked through ignorance or haste and millions of rands go unclaimed, or are paid over to the Receiver unnecessarily.
But help is now at hand with The VAT Handbook, your essential guide on all matters concerning this tax. Complex concepts are simplified by using real-life examples, and legalese is translated into accessible, easy-to-understand language. The VAT Handbook is relevant to all VAT vendors, from the novice to the professional, and also includes a summary of the VAT Act and samples of VAT forms.
Geoff Hull is a Commerce graduate with over 15 years' experience in the financial departments of major corporations, and he has also lectured at Damelin. He is currently travelling extensively throughout Africa doing consulting work on various projects, and in his spare time writes poetry, some of which will be published in Holland.
Clive Gibson is an Economic Sciences graduate with 30 years' experience in the field of management development and training. He is the co-author of several bestselling learner's and driver's licence books and is the author of 53 different titles published by various publishers, including some in the UK. He has also co-authored several books for children, learners and management.
ISBN: 978-1-77022-371-4 | RRP: R220 | CLASSIFICATION: Business / Tax
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