Brief: What Deductions are you Missing When Filing Tax Returns?
Entrepreneurs, accountants, business owners, students – Don’t Miss this Great Training Workshop to know your tax laws!
Going through the 2019 Finance Law for Cameroon may not be an easy task. On the other hand, when it comes to reducing your taxable income, you will have to do all to see what has changed under the new tax laws.
That is one of the things we will be covering in this months KnowYourTaxLaws training workshop that will take place on Saturday April 27, 2019 at Bonamoussadi, Douala. We will be touching the following:
Here, we will select some changes in the 2019 Finance Law that affects small businesses and critically analyze them.
Here, we look at some of the mistakes small businesses make when it comes to paying their taxes. The trainer who is a sworn Tax Officer will select some of the common mistakes that taxpayers encounter at the tax office and they can be overcome.
Many business owners and accountants are unaware of what and how certain things are deductible from the overall income before the annual income tax is calculated. We will share with you some of those common things that are difficult to understand when it comes to deductions for tax purposes. We will also examine the deductibility or not of embezzled, misappropriated or fraudulent funds as per the 2019 Finance Law.
We will give participants a rundown of the various type of business institutions they can register; explain the pros and cons so they will know what best to choose.
We duel on the new Finance law which states certain businesses are now obliged to file in the statistics and tax returns online.
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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.