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MULLER AND PARTNERS ACCOUNTANTS HAS RELOCATED

MULLER AND PARTNERS ACCOUNTANTS HAS RELOCATED It is with great pleasure and excitement that you are notified that, during our 40th year of existence, MULLER AND PARTNERS ACCOUNTANTS decided to move to a Business Park premises. We considered several options and after careful research, decided to move on 15 December 2017 to new offices at Silver Lakes - about 12km from our existing offices, The new physical address is as follows: HAZELDEAN OFFICE PARK, NR. 1 AVOCET CORNER, 687 SILVERLAKES ROAD, TYGER VALLEY, 0084, PRETORIA, GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICA For your convenience, this address can be added to your GPS co-ordinates. Attached, kindly find directions as well as a roadmap. Do not turn onto the gravel road at the main sign board of the complex, drive past the big sign board and turn at security gate. All other contact details remain the same i.e. Telephone Number: (012) 803 7905/06 Postal Address: P O Box 75211, Lynnwood Ridge, 0040 Trusting...
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MULLER EN VENNOTE REKENMEESTERS HET VERHUIS

MULLER EN VENNOTE REKENEESTERS HET VERHUIS Dit is met groot genot en opgewondenheid dat u hiermee in kennis gestel word, dat ons in ons 40ste bestaansjaar na ‘n Besigheidspark verhuis het. Ons het verskeie opsies oorweeg en na deeglike navorsing het ons besluit om ons bestaande kantoor te verskuif na Silver Lakes - geleë ongeveer 12km van ons bestaande kantoor. Vanaf 15 Desember 2017, is die nuwe fisiese adres die volgende: HAZELDEAN OFFICE PARK, NR. 1 AVOCET CORNER, 687 SILVERLAKES ROAD, TYGER VALLEY, 0084, PRETORIA, GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICA Vir u gemak kan hierdie adres in ‘n GPS koördinaat gestoor word. Hierby aangeheg, vind aanwysings en ‘n padkaart na ons kantoor. Moet nie op die grondpad indraai nie, maar ry verby die groot naambord en draai in by die sekuriteitshek. Ons bevestig verder dat ons ander kontak besonderhede onveranderd bly en kan u ons kontak by: Telefoon nommer : 012 803 7905/06 Posbus : Posbus 75211, Lynnwoodrif, 0040. Ons glo...
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Trusts – do they stay or do they go

Trusts - do they stay or do they go 18 October 2017 Constant legislative changes affecting the taxation of trusts have raised questions about the future viability of the structures which are in place. Many ask if the time has not come to rather unwind them. Trust specialists say there are very obvious reasons for registering and keeping a trust. If the main reason has been to reduce tax liabilities it may be a good time to rethink its future. Normally the most obvious reasons for registering a trust is to protect ones assets, to limit liability from creditors and to ensure “multi-generational planning” for family owned businesses. Another important reason is to consolidate assets within the trust. This enables trustees to have greater investment diversity, especially with share portfolio’s. Returns are paid quarterly, and the assets grow in the trust rather than having it distributed to each individual beneficiary. Trusts are the highest taxed...
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