CIPC returns

High Court ruling: CIPC may impose a 10% turnover-penalty on companies failing to promptly lodge their annual financial statements

The CIPC won a High Court order empowering them to impose a 10% of annual revenue penalty on companies that fail to prepare their annual financial statements within 6 months of year-end. Failure to submit annual financial statements to the CIPC contravenes Act, 71 of 2008. Continuous non-compliance may lead to a formal investigation by [...]

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In-depth details on CIPC 10% turnover-penalty for failure to lodge annual financial statements

The CIPC won a High Court order empowering them to impose a 10% penalty of annual revenue on companies that fail to prepare annual financial statements (within 6 months of year-end). Failure to submit annual financial statements to CIPC contravenes Act, 71 of 2008. Continuous non-compliance may lead to a formal investigation by the CIPC. [...]

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XBRL from 1 July 2018 — Will the filing of CIPC annual returns and annual financial statements in the new XBRL format affect my company?

Author: Chris Wilson (FCIS), Managing Director, Kilgetty Statutory Services Introduction The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (“CIPC”) has introduced a new way of lodging the Annual Financial Statements (“AFS”) which must accompany the Annual Returns of a company. At present CIPC receives all Annual Financial Statements in PDF format and physically analyses them on a [...]

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