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02 June 2016

BDO has been named one of 2015's 25 Best Places to Work for Recent Grads by Symplicity, the leading provider of career services management solutions. Symplicity describes the 2015 list of honorees as organizations that offer fun and supportive company cultures, sweet paychecks, and extraordinary...

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20 April 2016

The worldwide economic growth is waning while financial markets are struggling to keep head above water. Stock exchanges have been in the red since the beginning of the year, something that has not happened in many years. In spite of this, it seems that many of the world’s financial markets are...

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20 April 2016

EFT Payments With effect from 1 December 2015, Inland Revenue only accept bank guaranteed cheques for the payment of any tax liability, limited to N$100,000. Additionally, cheques will be completely phased-out by December 2017 as instructed by Bank of Namibia. Therefore, we herewith kindly...

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19 April 2016

In his Budget Speech 2016, the Minister emphasised that the tax policy reform agenda will continue over the MTEF (Medium Term Expenditure Framework).  The focus is to broaden and deepen the tax base and also to make the tax system more progressive, so that it contributes positively to the social...

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