March 15 – deadline to file in your STR in Cameroon
Every right thinking business owner, entrepreneur should always be tax-compliant. To do that, you need to be honest, have adequate knowledge in taxes and be capable of using the knowledge well.
Have you been having problems managing your taxes?
To be tax-compliant means you need to be timely, accurate and put together adequate information in order to complete your statistics and tax return and other tax documentation.
To ease your work, we decided to come up with this training in order for us to help you put together all that is needed to file in your tax returns on or before the March 15 deadline.
It’s time for you to get relief. Receive expert advice from entrepreneurs like you who have taken years to study and live the tax ecosystem in Cameroon.
Seamlessly start, run and grow your business in Cameroon
Tax knowledge is an important factor that contributes a lot in running your business in Cameroon. It helps you to understand the basic tax requirements and most especially the registration and filing needs.
Your business may not have the finance to solicit for the services of a tax professional. This leaves you with one solution – getting general knowledge about taxation. That’s why we decided to share with you tax knowledge, penalties as well as tax compliance for you and your business in just a day.
Don’t hesitate to enroll for this one-day training workshop that will take place in Douala on February 29, 2020.
10,000fcfa (snacks for a coffee break inclusive). It’s going to be a stepping stone for those who want to start, run and grow their business in Cameroon. You can reserve your seat now! You can also carry out payment in advance.
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This content has been prepared for information purposes only. It is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, accounting or legal advice. You need to consult your own tax, accounting or legal advisors before engaging in any transaction.