Zuydam Konsult

Zuydam Konsult Accountants Bellville


Expert Guidance in Cross-Border Taxation

Zuydam Konsult, originally rooted in Cape Town, has successfully established a significant presence in the Dutch business sector. Strategically located in The Hague, we provide high-quality audit, tax, and advisory services. This location choice reflects our commitment to both local and global business needs, ensuring we deliver reliable expertise and meaningful value to our clients. …

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Zuydam Konsult facilitating invest in Holland clients

Zuydam Konsult is a boutique audit, tax, and advisory firm with its roots in Cape Town, South Africa and successfully established itself in the Dutch business sector 2 years ago. Located in The Hague, the firm has expanded through positive clientele word-of-mouth. Zuydam provides innovative solutions to their clients’ consulting, tax, accounting, and compliance needs. …

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New regulations on compulsory submission of beneficial ownership on all trusts

As part of South Africa’s efforts to combat the country’s grey-listing status, The General Laws (Anti Money Laundering and Combating Terrorism Funding) Amendment Act that was passed in December 2022, has been fast tracked and became effective as from 1 April 2023.  These amendments introduced a new definition of a ‘beneficial owner’ into the Trust …

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Renewable energy tax incentives

Government is encouraging investment in renewable energy—but as always, there are caveats While this year’s Budget was largely devoid of surprises, Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana made one announcement that was widely anticipated following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation speech, and will hopefully help taxpayers alleviate some of the pain of dealing with loadshedding. …

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Ring-fencing trading losses

Top-rate taxpayers need to watch out for Section 20A Section 20 of the Income Tax Act 58 of 1962 deals with the set-off of losses from a trade against other income.  In general, such set-off is allowed (see sub-paragraph (1)(b)), provided that the loss is incurred in the taxpayer’s own name (i.e. not in a …

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