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Have you noticed that your owner-managed business clients are increasingly experiencing a turbulent business and tax environment? Whatever your specific experience, it is widely known that owner-managed businesses are feeling the pressure.

On the other side of the coin, government is under pressure to deliver on its constitutional mandate which requires a corresponding increase in revenue collections. In increasing revenues, the State considers different options including increasing tax rates (as we have witnessed recently), expanding the tax base through improved tax collection processes and introducing anti-avoidance rules. In implementing any of these options, SARS, in its administrative capacity, reviews and robustly changes its processes and internal systems accordingly.

The changes in tax laws and the SARS administration processes affect both large and small practitioners. As a result, entrepreneurs are actively seeking better business structures (such as ring-fencing different businesses or combining businesses) which invariably introduce tax risks and complexities. In addition, owner-managed private companies have another layer of complexity, i.e., differentiating the owner as a taxpayer versus the company as a separate taxpayer.

This seminar will provide tax practitioners with insight into the latest tax issues affecting owner-managed businesses. It will focus on informing tax practitioners, who act as business advisors for entrepreneurial owner-managed businesses.

Course Content

  • ITR12 – Non-employment related income
  • T14 and IT14SD specific issues
  • Company formations and structuring
  • Profit withdrawals – Owners
  • Employees’ remuneration
  • Complexities of owning multiple entities


Zweli Mabhoza

Zweli is the director and founder of Priority Tax Solutions. He has experience as a tax advisor, guest lecturer and member of the tax court. He is a qualified chartered accountant and has an MCom: Taxation from the University of Pretoria.

As a tax advisor, his portfolio includes listed companies, property companies, investment holding companies and parastatals.

Previously, he was head of tax at SNG and prior to that, he was a tax partner at Deloitte. Zweli was also a member of SAICA’s National Tax Committee and continues to serve on a number of tax-related committees within SAICA and SAIPA.

He is a regular commentator on tax matters and has been invited to comment by different radio stations and television channels.



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