As an entrepreneur, you understand the value of maximizing efficiency and avoiding costly mistakes. That's why, at Hippo, we have partnered with TTT Financial group to offer essential services specifically tailored to meet the needs of small businesses. Our team provides a comprehensive range of business services aimed at simplifying and optimizing your operations. Whether it's tax services, CIPC requirements, VAT, PAYE or company registration, we've got you covered. With Hippo and TTT, you can rely on our expertise to streamline your business processes and minimize any potential hurdles, allowing you to focus on what matters most—growing your business.

Your Small Business and CIPC Compliance

It's mandatory for all registered companies, whether they're private, public or non-profit, to submit their financial and operational information to the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) annually. Keeping your small business compliant can be tricky, but whether you need help with an Annual Return, Director Changes, Address Changes or Company Deregistration, we’re here to make it easier than ever.

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Tax and Your Business

Are you wondering about Tax Clearance Certificates, filing a Tax Return for your business and why you should register for Turnover Tax? We answer these questions and help you take care of it all online.

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VAT Registration

VAT is a type of government tax that's charged by VAT-registered businesses on the goods and services they provide to their customers. Registering your company for VAT is when you officially list your business with Sars to let the government know you're making sales and providing services.

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Hassle-free PAYE

PAYE stands for 'Pay As You Earn'. It's a form of tax withheld from the taxable income of an employee, based on how much they earn. An employer is required by law to calculate income tax then deduct it from an employee's taxable salary or wages and pay it over to the South African Revenue Service (Sars).

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