PGMS Accounting

PGMS Accounting

Making life easier for you PGMS was established in 2006, with the vision of coming alongside key individuals and organisations to make a difference.

We use our training, experience and skill in the area of strategic management, administration, tax advice, enterprise development and accounting to support our clients. Strategic Management and Administration support offered through our business incubator model ensures enterprise development takes place.


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Tax season closes 24 October 2022 for most taxpayers.

PGMS Accounting Making life easier for you


The SARS auto assessments are a mess this year. If you not sure what to do, let us assist you.


The 2022 Tax Season opens on 1 July 2022 to 24 October 2022.

We make life easier for you with your tax affairs.

Big tax changes coming to South Africa 27/03/2022

It is becoming more and more important to be proactive about your tax affairs.

Big tax changes coming to South Africa SARS latest plan to tackle taxes digitally is in need of some clarification according to experts.


SARS has made it more difficult to claim home office expenses and Taxpayers will find that their claims have been substantial reduced.

Tax ceiling proposed for South Africa 03/03/2022

We touching on dangerous territory.

Tax ceiling proposed for South Africa The South African Institue of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) says South Africa should revisit the possibility of lowering its tax-to-GDP and introducing a tax ceiling.

South Africa’s growing tax problem 02/03/2022

It is critical that we focus on subsistence income opportunities. Especially targeting the structurally unemployed.

South Africa’s growing tax problem South Africa’s record-high unemployment rate not only has implications for the country’s labour market and productivity, but is also a concern for future tax collections.


Responsibilities and Experience
• Computer based accounting (Debtors, Creditors, Petty Cash, Bank Reconciliation, etc.)
• Generating Customer Invoices
• Reconciling Customer Accounts
• Generating Supplier Invoices
• Reconciling Supplier accounts
• Allocations to general ledger, supplier, and debtors accounts
• Capturing and Reconciling bank statements
• Capturing and reconciling journal entries
• Calculation and reconciliation of Valued Added Tax
• Compiling monthly financial reports (Trial Balance, Supplier’s ledger, Customer Ledger)
• Performing all office adhoc duties

Essential Attributes
• Computer based accounting experience (Debtors, Creditors and Bank Reconciliation)
• Microsoft Office (Word and Excel imperative)
• Must be able to work unsupervised
• Accounting related qualifications preferred
• Minimum of two years’ experience (preferably at an Accounting Practice)

Non-Essential Attributes
• SARS e-filing compilation and submission (VAT/Income Tax/Provisional Taxes/PAYE/ SDL/UIF)
• SARS EMP501 reconciliation
• Ufiling and Department of Labour
• Workmen’s Compensation
• Payroll
• CIPC(Company formation, Amendment of Directors)

• Minimum Grade 12.

• Bookkeeping: 2 years (Required)
• Computer: 2 years (Required)
• SARS (Paye and VAT): 2 years (Preferred)
• Computer Based Accounting: 1 year (Preferred)
Email your application to Theo Burrows [email protected]

SARS boss Edward Kieswetter sends warning to tax evaders 11/12/2021

Sars is turning up the heat. If you need assistance with compliance, kindly contact me.

SARS boss Edward Kieswetter sends warning to tax evaders The South African Revenue Service says it is working hard to increase and expand the use of data to improve the integrity of outcomes and enhance its capability to detect instances of non-compliance. The tax body said it is encouraged by the early success, in the latter.

PGMS Accounting 23/11/2021

SARS has postponed thr deadline for Individual Tax returns to 2 December 2021. If you have not attended to your tax return yet, feel free to contact me. We make like easier for you.

PGMS Accounting Making life easier for you

Middle-class South Africans are turning to side hustles to make ends meet 01/11/2021

In many instances a legitimate side hustle can help you reduce your tax liability and increase your tax refund. We make life easier for you with your tax affairs.

Middle-class South Africans are turning to side hustles to make ends meet “These include crafts, restoring furniture, teaching languages and much more. If someone has the time and ability to do something like this – without harming their current employment, it is a good idea.

The tiny tax base that’s expected to help fund South Africa’s new basic income grant 29/10/2021

The tiny tax base that’s expected to help fund South Africa’s new basic income grant The social distress grant, reinstituted after July’s riots, is not expected to be permanent and is expected to be replaced by a form of basic income grant (BIG), says Investec chief economist Annabel Bishop.


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The factors of production are commonly accepted to be Land, Labour, Capital, Entrepreneurship and Knowledge. Entrepreneurs are said to take control of these factors of production and combine them into a business process to make a profit.
In most instances, township entrepreneurs do not have full control over the factors of production and even when they have identified the factors of production that they need, there is a myriad of obstacles that they need to overcome to access what they need.
At PGMS we have been active in the sectors of Transport, Health & Beauty, Food, Security, Education and Construction in townships to facilitate greater access to the needed factors of production that township-based entrepreneurs need to create a profitable business process.
The key to unlocking township opportunities is:
• To be being adaptable.
• To prioritise co-petition, rather than competition.
• To solve a problem.

PGMS making life easier for you.


Deloitte’s explains that the digital economy is the economic activity that results from billions of everyday online connections among people, businesses, devices, data, and processes. The backbone of the digital economy is hyperconnectivity which means growing interconnectedness of people, organisations, and machines that results from the Internet, mobile technology, and the internet of things (IoT). It has already changed the way we work and engage each other and will dictate the skills people need to adequately function within the digital economy.
Times Live reports that the labour minister Thulas Nxesi recognises that the upskilling and preparing of youth for the digital economy will hopefully dent joblessness. To what extent this will translate into quantifiable actions remains to be seen.

PGMS together with Ikam Valethu Our Future and It’s Convenient has partnered to explore how greater access to the digital economy can be facilitated for the youth of township and rural communities. It will require a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach to overcome the many barriers that exist.

Very much in the exploratory stage, we continue to share ideas to conceptualise a couple of workable projects that can make life easier for township and rural youth to participate in the digital economy.


Townships are vibrant spaces with lots of diversity. People are creative and have developed a range of skills, many that are applied to support survival. Subsistence economic activity is the mainstay of the majority. GG Alcock makes the point that with 44% unemployment we should be seeing the 13 million plus people milling around aimlessly in out many townships. But any visit to a township paints a different picture.

Our interest remains Township and Rural economics, just like GG Alcock we believe that they are underrated economic assists, only because our institutional thinking is not developed to incorporate them into our economic mainstream.

Covid-19 highlighted the pivotal role that townships play in our society and how lopsided and exclusionary our local economies are. Firstly, Covid-19 confirmed that the densification of townships spaces poses a huge health risk to the stability of the country.

Secondly, that when the townships are cut off from the centralised economic zones albeit in the CBD’s or Industrial zones, the township resident is completely deprived of income.

Thirdly, that when the townships are cut of from the centralised economic zones the loss of revenue that flows out of townships to those centralised businesses has a debilitating impact.

The mantra that was uttered by all and sundry during the March 2020 lockdown, “things can not be the same again”, is now all but forgotten and while everything has changed, for the townships nothing has changed.

When we reimagined PGMS to make life easier for you, we also had township economies in mind. We identified the following sectors in townships that we regarded as catalytic and endeavour to participate in. Not in any order of importance these are, Construction, Education, Food Security, Health & Beauty, Security and. Transport. We actively seek opportunities to gain exposure to these sectors and ensure that we have capability to make life easier for clients who do business in any of these sectors.


Thank you for visiting our page and liking it. We are keen to make life easier for you. Let us know how we can be of service to you with the capability we have in tax, accounting, HR, administration and management.


SERVICE SETA has opened a new funding window for the 2021 financial year. We would love to partner with your company and offer a full hassle-free training and learnership management service, including support in submitting the online application and seta administration compliance.


There are often moments when we see something different in things we look at every day.

PGMS Accounting 28/08/2021

Tax Season for individuals are underway. We experiencing that SARS is not keeping to the 21 day verification timeline. If you having difficulty with getting matters resolved by SARS, we would be glad to assist.

PGMS Accounting Making life easier for you

PGMS Accounting 29/06/2021

Tax filing season for individuals opens from 1 July. Many will receive an auto assessment that you can accept or reject. If you are unsure if accepting it or rejecting it is to your advantage, kindly contact me to discuss your options.

PGMS Accounting Making life easier for you

PGMS Accounting 08/06/2021

Have you or your company received a letter of demand from SARS for outstanding income tax? Contact us for assistance with all your tax issues.

PGMS Accounting Making life easier for you


We make life easier for you. Our capability is in Tax, Accounting, Administration, HR and Adm. Should you or someone you know need assistance, we would be glad to be of service.


We have noticed that SARS is now raising penalties against companies for outstanding tax returns. Kindly discuss with us if you need your business tax issues resolved.


New unit established to serve interests of SMMEs, traders and travellers
The Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises (SMME), Traders and Travellers Division is a newly established unit within SARS.

As such the unit is undertaking a study to understand the challenges faced by the stakeholders concerned in a bid to ease the burden of compliance.

Particular emphasis is placed on how tax legislation, policies and incentives are being experienced by these stakeholders. It is hoped that a fuller understanding may assist SARS in improving its service offerings.

The exercise is strictly for SARS use and your participation will remain confidential and will not be used to prejudice you in your dealings with SARS. Participation is completely anonymous and voluntary and taxpayers can withdraw from the study at any time and without consequences for choosing not to participate.

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and it will be launched in December 2020 and intended to run until the end of January 2021. We hope that you will participate as we would like to ensure that we can continue to fashion our services to match your needs.


We start our second working week of 2021. The focus is IT12 returns for provisional taxpayers and the provisional tax due end Feb.


Our office will close on Friday 18 Dec 2020 for the Christmas Holiday break and open on 11 Jan 2021.

PGMS Accounting 10/12/2020

As tax season is winding down, we have been giving attention to tax disputes. One of the biggest success this year was getting R248000 tax liability reversed and one of the smaller ones today was getting a client's liability reduced by R8000. If you unhappy with the outcome of your tax assessment, we will be happy to review your assessment.

PGMS Accounting Making life easier for you

PGMS Accounting 29/11/2020

Many are holding legal entities for future projects and not trading. We here to make life easier for you. Our Future Projects package will ensure that all your compliances are taken care of at a very affordable fee. Contact us.

PGMS Accounting Making life easier for you


Tax season is now in full swing. Many will receive an auto assessment from SARS. We will be happy to review it for you before you make a decision to accept or reject it.


The government decision to ban the sale of alcohol sales with immediate effect is a devastating blow for businesses in the sector. Most would have taken cash to stock up by Thursday last week, with the expectation to sell it from Monday to Thursday. Now they reduced their cash and can't sell their stock to generate cash. Who knows for how long they will be closed this time. There is no regard by the government for the business circumstances of those in the liquor sector.


Thank you for liking our page. We offer our clients a holistic approach to financial planning. Our vision is to make things easier for you. All our clients are leaders in some sphere of society, often focused on the interest of others - resulting in their own financial planning being neglected. Our approach is holistic - we bring together a range of services within the financial sector to add value to our clients. Topmost on everyone's mind now is Tax. With all the financial challenges we facing, optimizing your tax position is critical as overlooking taxable expenses could result in you having to pay more tax than you have too. I would welcome the opportunity to introduce our value proposition to you. Kindly message me with your name and contact number so that I can give you a call.

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Making life easier for you!

Achieving success to us means having a sustainable livelihood. The key facets to a sustainable livelihood are economic, social, civic, personal, environmental.

PGMS was established in 2006, with the vision of coming alongside key individuals and organisations to make a difference. We use our training, experience and skill to build strategic, organizational and operational capability in organisations pursuing rapid growth. We are a small team, offering you a comprehensive service that supports your vision.

We are based in George, in the Southern Cape, but work with clients across the country.

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