At Tax Leaders, we have over 30 years of SARS experience and we are aligned with the most up-to-date methodologies and legislations. Therefore, not only do we ensure that your PBO is both tax-exempt and compliant, but we will help you build your PBO so you achieve overall success.
Professional PBO Registration Services
Public Benefit Organisations (PBO) is any organisation that has the sole objective of providing one or more of Public Benefit Activities (PBA). See PBO registration for more information.
Animal welfare; education and healthcare; land and housing; religion, belief and philosophy; research and consumer rights; and sports, welfare and humanitarian activities in a non-profit manner.
Please contact us to confirm turnaround times / documents required – [email protected] or visit our website www.taxleaders.net
Do You Want To Register A PBO?
There is nothing more rewarding than being able to give to back. Registering a PBO can be quite a complex process. However, there is no need to stress about where to go and what documents you need to complete, as Tax Leaders can do it all for you!
Provided that 85% of its activities, both in terms of time and money, is conducted in South Africa, a PBO may either be a Section 21 Company, a Trust, or an Association of Persons established in terms of our constitution.
Why Use Our PBO Registration Services?
Tax Leaders are a dynamic firm of tax experts and professional accountants that is registered with the South African Institute of Professional Accountants, and we are registered Tax Practitioners and Business Advisors.
Whether you want to register a non-profit company, personal liability company, private company, state-owned company or a public benefit company, we have the experts to assist you. Turnaround times will be confirmed once all documentation has been prepared and an appointment is made with SARS.
The main reason why organisations register their PBO with SARS is because donations are exempt from income tax. Also donors prefer organisations to be registered as PBOs.
To qualify for an exempt status, SARS requires that PBOs comply with a number of initial compliance and administrative procedures and requirements in terms of section 30 of the Income Tax Act.
We offer company registrations and accounting and tax assistance to organizations situated throughout the Southern Hemisphere.