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The quick answer is "why not". It's so cheap and easy to have your own domain these days - there are more reason to have one than not. This will help establish your business, your reputation or your hobbies and thoughts on the global stage. Once you've registered your domain, you can also setup multiple email addresses at that domain, to create a professional first impression on your clients, or simply impress your buddies with a customised email address that can't ever be taken away from you. Because you own the domain, it belongs to you and you can keep it for as long as you like (you have to renew it annually though - which we can help with).>
Private companies are comparable to companies of the same status under the Companies Act, 1973 and are characterised by the following:
The basic filing fee is R175 if the company's Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI) is in form 15.1A or 15.1C, or R475.00 in any other case and/or CoR 35.1 if any
Fee to transfer registration of a foreign company is R400.00
Fee to incorporate an external company is R400.00
The Certificate of Tax Clearance and corresponding confirmation number (printed on the certificate) is used as proof of the approved clearance.
You may be required to provide a Kansas tax clearance certificate or letter as part of a loan approval, to obtain a contract, obtain a business license, company acquisitions, selling of business assets, merging corporations, franchise rules, and various other reasons.
According to Kansas Law, tax information is CONFIDENTIAL. An official tax clearance certificate or letter for a business will only be released to the following:
A tax clearance is valid for 12 months after its issue date. The expiration date is noted on the certificate or letter. To renew a tax clearance, you will have to submit a new request.
Yes, if a company is dormant, will be used in future and you do not want this to be de-registered (closed) the the annual return MUST be filed.
The annual return must be submitted during the anniversary month of the company. For example, if the company was incorporated during 15 May, then every year 15 May the annual return will be due for submission.
To update the latest information and annual turnover with the Companies and Intellectual Properties Commission. Annual return submissions keep the company in business and avoid this from being closed.