Tax registrations for foreign businesses in South Africa can be time consuming and confusing. Especially because you might not be familiar with South African tax requirements.
Intergate’s in-house consultant can not only help you make sense of it all, but can also do the following to ensure that you comply with foreign business tax registrations for South Africa:
- Do a full analysis of which taxes your company should be registered for.
- Complete the appropriate registration forms.
- Do VAT applications.
- Do PAYE and SITE registrations.
Aside from VAT and PAYE, your business may also be liable for standard income tax on employees.
Potential registrations for foreign businesses
In order to be fully compliant, foreign businesses must register with various regulatory bodies:
- Registering with the Department of Labour. Employing staff means a mandatory contribution to the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF).
- Registering with the Cape Metropolitan Council or District Council. Businesses employing staff pay a gross revenue or salary related levy to the CMC.
- The local authority, if dealing in fresh foodstuffs or health matters.
- Applications for import duties, if the company is importing goods.
- Registration as an exporter, where applicable.
Let us help you with foreign business tax registrations in South Africa
Our corporate team has helped hundreds of foreign business owners with tax registrations for South Africa. Let them do the same for you. You can contact the Cape Town team members on +27 (0) 21 424 2460 or the Johannesburg team on +27 (0)11 234 4275.
If you’d like us to contact you instead, all you have to do is request a free call back. One of our agents will endeavour to contact you within 24 hours to discuss the needs of your business. Intergate is the only ISO 9001 certified immigration company in South Africa, so we are most definitely in the perfect position to help.