Crystal Serenity Consultancy.

Crystal Serenity Consultancy.

We are a business consulting company which offers Company Registration,Tax Advisory,Accounting And Secretarial services. Check our post for more services.

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25/05/2021

Happy Africa Day...Africa

Happy Africa Day...Africa

29/04/2021

OPEN ARMS IS OUR NATURE ..LET US HELP YOU REGULARISE YOUR BUSINESS...

OPEN ARMS IS OUR NATURE ..LET US HELP YOU REGULARISE YOUR BUSINESS...

05/01/2021

To all our valued clients kindly take note. Call (0242) 773 177 / +263 773 843 737

14/08/2020

LET US HELP YOU TO REGULARIZE YOUR BUSINESS CALL (0242) 773 177 OR +263 773 843 737

[05/25/20]   HAPPY AFRICA DAY TO ALL OUR VALUED CLIENTS. STAY SAFE..OPENARMSISOURNATURE!!🇿🇼

[05/01/20]   Happy workers day to you all. #Stay Safe.

18/04/2020

Happy Independence Day Zimbabwe. Stay Safe!!

[03/24/20]   TAX YEAR 2020 FIRST QPD IS DUE ON THE 25TH OF MARCH 2020. LET US HELP YOU TO COMPLY!! #OPENARMSISOURNATURE!!

[01/01/20]   COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. LET US HELP YOU WITH COMPLIANCE.... COMPANY REG,TAX & ACCOUNTING!!! #20202

25/12/2019

Crytsal Serenity Consultancy Wishes You a Merry Christmas to all our valued Clients!!

29/08/2019

Kindly Take Note. If Need of Assistance Call/App +263 773 843 737/ +263 719 843 737

[06/24/19]   ZIMRA 2ND QUARTER QPD IS DUE ON 25/06/2019..COMPLIANCE IS KEY TO BUSINESS SUCCESS!!

LET US HELP YOU TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL!!💪🏁

[05/25/19]   Happy Africa Day!! Proudly African #OPENARMSISOURNATURE!!

[05/01/19]   Happy workers day to you all..#OPENARMSISOURNATURE!!

[04/18/19]   HAPPY BIRTHDAY ZIMBABWE @ 39!! #OPENARMS IS OUR NATURE!

20/03/2019

TAKE NOTE & KINDLY COMPLY👇!!!

07/03/2019

Let us Help You Set Up Your Company!! #openarms is our nature!!

25/01/2019

we are Here for you don't stress let the proffessionals help you!! #OPENARMSISOURNATURE!!😎💪

[01/01/19]   HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR BELOVED CLIENTS!! IT IS TIME TO RENEW TAX CLEARANCE!!..#OPENARMSISOUR NATURE!!💪

[12/22/18]   # Its Time To Renew!! TAx Clearances @ Reasonable Prices!!.... #OpenArmsIsOurNature!!

[12/22/18]   Wishing you happy holidays to all our valued clients..Thank you for your great support. Looking forward to a Prosperous #2019.

[11/28/18]   PUBLIC NOTICE ON ALL DESIGNATED FOREIGN CURRENCY DUTIABLE GOODS

Following the announcement made by the Minister of Finance and Economic Development on 22 November 2018 during his budget statement, the Minister designated certain products, whose duties, taxes, fees and levies shall be paid in foreign currency on importation.

The list of designated foreign currency dutiable goods is contained in the Statutory Instrument 252A of 23 November 2018.

To ensure uniformity of application of the provisions of Statutory Instrument 252A the following guidelines are to be used in the clearance of the designated foreign currency dutiable goods.

Every person who has any designated goods under Customs or Bonded Warehouses shall pay duty in foreign currency. Please note that any person also includes companies.

The detained, seized and warehoused designated foreign currency dutiable goods shall be exempted from payment of duty in foreign currency provided that:

1. The person obtains an approval for exemption from the Regional Manager within forty-two days, which period starts from 22 November 2018 to 3 January 2019.
2. Motor vehicle imported under the suspension of duty for the physically handicapped persons, VAT payable shall be exempt from the provisions of the Statutory Instrument 252 A of 2018.

PROCESS OF OBTAINING EXEMPTION APPROVAL:

The person clearing any designated foreign currency dutiable goods, which require an exemption, shall lodge an application to the Regional Manager through the Station Manager at the port of entry through which the goods are being imported.

The following documents are required in support of the application:

- The written application through the station manager requesting for exemption
- The Receipt for Items Held (R.I.H)
- Bill of entry if already processed
- Notice of Seizure
- Postal Detention Notice
- Invoice for the goods / Till Slip
- Proof of payment being telegraphic transfer or bank statement
- Proof of travel if applicable
- Proof of consignment such as Airway bill, bill of lading Rail Advise, Road consignment note/Manifest etc. and any other relevant supporting transaction documents.

The Regional Manager shall process the application and directly communicate his decision to the client. Once the decision has been received, the client is required to approach the Station Manager and finalise the clearance process.

If the client is not satisfied with the decision made by the Regional Manager, an appeal may be submitted through the Regional Manager for the Commissioner’s consideration.

NB*: The travellers rebate will be treated in the normal way.

Public Notice Number 47 of 2018
My taxes, My duties - Building my Zimbabwe!

[11/08/18]   GOODS THAT HAVE BEEN DELISTED FROM IMPORT LICENCE REQUIREMENT

Following the gazetting of Statutory Instrument (SI) 237A of 2018, a number of goods which were formerly controlled by the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development were removed from the goods requiring import licences. Statutory Instrument 237A amended Statutory Instrument 122 of 2017 which had amended Statutory Instrument 64 of 2016. SI 237A has removed the following goods from the control of their control. This means that the goods listed below will no longer require an Import Licence from Ministry of Industry, Commerce & Enterprise Development.

Please note that the production of any other relevant Import Permits such as permits required by Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Health & Child Welfare, e.t.c remain in force for commercial importations. Importers are therefore encouraged to take note of these provisions and obligations to avoid any inconveniences when entering Zimbabwe through designated ports of entry.

1) Animal oils, fats (lard, tallow and dripping)
2) Baked bean
3) Body creams
4) Bottled water
5) Cement
6) Cereals
7) Cheese
8) Coffee creamers
9) Cooking oil
10) Crude and refined vegetable oils, soya bean oil and vegetable fats
11) Fertiliser
12) Finished steel roofing sheets
13) Wheat flour
14) Ice cream
15) Jams
16) Juice blends
17) Margarine
18) Mayonnaise, salad creams and Potato crisps
19) Packaging materials, and Plastic bags of polymer
20) Peanut butter, Pizza base and Yoghurts
21) Palm fat
22) Shoe polish
23) Soap
24) Sugar
25) Sweets
26) Synthetic hair products
27) Wheelbarrows and wheelbarrow parts

Please note that any importations of the above mentioned goods which are of commercial nature or are being imported by a genuine traveller and are in excess of traveller’s rebate of US$200.00 will require full duty payment.

[09/24/18]   DEAR VALUED CUSTOMERS KINDLY NOTE THAT 25TH SEPTEMBER 2018 IS THE DUE DATE FOR THIRD QPD...UPDATE YOUR TAXES..OPEN ARMS IS OUR NATURE!

08/08/2018

Open Arms Is Our Nature!

[05/13/18]   A special Happy Mothers Day to All our Beautiful Mothers...

[05/01/18]   We Wish you A Happy Workers Day.You Contribution to this beloved nation is invaluable!!

[03/21/18]   Income Tax Final Return Notice

Please be advised that the final Income tax return (ITF 12C) for 2017 is due on the 30th April 2018. So you are all hereby reminded that submission of ITF 12C Returns, accompanied by the relevant financial statements, should be done no later than 30th April 2018.
Failure to submit the returns before 30 April 2018 will result in Zimra imposing penalties of $30/day up to a maximum period of 181 days.

Your cooperation is greatly advised to avoid unnecessary penalties.

For further assistance do not hesitate to contact us on

+263 773 843 737
+263 773 000 605
+263 719 843 737
+263 719 000 605
Office 213, Second Floor
Saint Barbara Hse
Cnr L/Takawira and Nelson Mandela
"Open arms is our Nature"

zimra.co.zw 21/03/2018

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

TAX AMNESTY 2018
In an effort to encourage our valued clients to regularize their tax affairs, Government has, through the Finance Act No. 1 of 2018 published on 15 March 2018, made provisions for the granting of a tax amnesty to persons on application. Persons include companies, corporate or unincorporated body of persons and trusts.

Tax amnesty is relief granted on penalty, interest and prosecution.
1. Who should apply for Tax Amnesty?
Any person who has unpaid tax or duty by 1 December 2017 is eligible to apply for tax amnesty. This applies to tax or duty already known by ZIMRA and recorded on its systems or that which a person had not declared to ZIMRA but should have been paid by 1 December 2017. The tax or duty should have been due and payable before 1 December 2017.

2. What period is covered by the tax amnesty?
The period covered by the amnesty is the period before 1st December 2017. All outstanding taxes and duties that accrued before the specified date will be covered by the tax amnesty.

3. When should a person apply for the tax amnesty?
Applications for tax amnesty should be submitted from now until 30th June 2018.

4. Which taxes are covered by the tax amnesty?
The amnesty covers all outstanding taxes or duties mentioned in the Income Tax Act (Chp.23:06), Value Added Tax Act (Chp. 23:12), Capital Gains Tax Act (Chp. 23:01), Customs and Excise Act (Chp. 23:02) and Stamp Duties Act (Chp. 23:09). Betting and Totalizator Control Act (Chap. 10:02), Tax Reserve Certificates Act (Chapter 23:10).

This includes the following: Employees Tax (PAYE), Income Tax, Value Added Tax, Withholding Taxes, Presumptive Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Customs and Excise Duties, Stamp duties.
Taxpayers are encouraged to check for the following, which may be a basis for outstanding taxes or duties:
• Non- or under-declaration of sales or Capital Gains resulting in less taxes being paid.
• Undervaluation of imported goods.
• Non-payment of duty on imported goods.
• Non-payment of Income Taxes, Presumptive Tax, VAT and Capital Gains Tax as well as failure to remit any taxes withheld.
• Failure to adhere to conditions of the operation of a bonded warehouse or private siding
• Non-submission of returns.
• Incorrect declaration of customs or excise information which result in less duties being paid.

5. How and where do you apply for the tax amnesty?
Persons who wish to apply for the amnesty must:
• Complete the application Form TA01 in full. The form is obtainable from the ZIMRA website www.zimra.co.zw .
• Declare outstanding taxes or duties that are on returns or assessments captured on ZIMRA systems by 1 December 2017 or outstanding taxes and duties not declared to ZIMRA but unpaid by 1 December 2017.
• Ensure the form is completed legibly in indelible ink.
• Submit the application to their nearest ZIMRA office or send scanned copies using the following email addresses:
(a) LCO & MCO [email protected] for clients in Large &
Medium Client Offices
(b) Region1 [email protected] for clients in Region 1
(c) Region2 [email protected] for clients in Region 2
(d) Region3 [email protected] for clients in Region 3
(e) Customs [email protected] for clients with applying
tax amnesty on customs issues.
• Outstanding returns or bills of entry should be submitted on-line for VAT, Income Tax, Paye, Customs and Excise, and manually for Withholding Taxes and Capital Gains Tax
6. How does one pay the tax?
A payment plan should be proposed by the applicant at the time of application and the outstanding taxes or duties should be paid up by 30th June 2018. It is important to note that tax amnesty is granted on the amount of outstanding tax or duty actually paid.
Payments should be made while the applications are being submitted and processed meaning there is no need to wait for approval as tax amnesty shall be granted to the extent of outstanding taxes or duties actually paid by 30 June 2018.

7. Under which circumstances will tax amnesty applications not be considered?
An application for amnesty shall not be considered where:

• The application is in respect of any seizure, forfeiture or detention of any property or goods.
• The application is submitted after 30 June 2018;
• The outstanding taxes or duties have not been paid by 30 June 2018;

DO NOT BE LEFT OUT. GRAB THE OPPORTUNITY AND BE DEBT FREE!

zimra.co.zw

[03/01/18]   Simple Fast & Easy Steps To Register A Company In Zimbabwe.....
To get a company registered in Zimbabwe, you have to choose either one of the two options, to register it as a PBC or Pvt(Ltd)

PBC means Private Business Corporation which is meant to cater for small businesses. To register as a PBC you should have at least a single director. A PBC is ideal for single ownership.

Pvt(Ltd) means Private Limited Company meant to cater for medium to large business. To register a Pvt(Ltd), you should have between 2 to 50 shareholders and registering one will come with annual regulations and commitments to different financial bodies.

To register your company you should;

1. Have 1 to 4 preferred names for your company.

2. Choose whether your company will be a PBC or Pvt(Ltd)

3. Provide full names, addresses and ID's of the directors for a PBC or shareholders in a Pvt(Ltd).

4. Sign the incorporation statements that will be submitted at the registrar's office.

5. A budget of $70 for a PBC and $250 for a Pvt(Ltd).

The whole process will take you only six working days!

Contact us for assistance with getting your company registered in Zimbabwe and making it official!

[02/12/18]   To all our valued clients kindly note that we are now located at suite no.213 , 2nd Floor Saint Barbra Hse, Cnr L/Takawira & N/Mandela.....

"Crystal Serenity Open Arms Is our Nature🤲🤲"

[12/25/17]   To All Our Valued Clients, We Wish you all Happy Holidays and a Prosperous 2018.We Thank You for a Memorable 2017,now looking forward to a greater 2018 in Business Together...ASANTE SANA.!👏👏👏

[06/13/17]   SECOND QUARTERLY PAYMENT DATE IS 25TH JUNE 2017

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) hereby reminds valued clients whose taxable income includes amounts which are not subject to Pay As You Earn (PAYE) of the following due dates for the payment of Provisional Tax for the tax year ending 31st December 2017. This includes all clients in receipt of, or to whom income accrued from trade or investment.

The Second Quarterly Payment Date (QPD) is 25th June 2017. This means that 25% of the annual tax payable for the tax year ending 31st December 2017 is due on or before 25th June 2017.

For the purpose of calculating the Provisional Tax for each QPD, clients are required to estimate the annual tax due and calculate the respective percentage of tax due for the quarter. The annual estimated tax due should be revised to update the estimates every quarter. The remittance form for Provisional Tax Payments - Form ITF 12B - must be completed in respect of each QPD payment.

Kindly note that clients who have received a written notice fixing dates other than the above are required to comply with that written notice.

Please take note of the following:
1. Failure to submit the ITF 12B with estimates entitles the ZIMRA Commissioner General to estimate the taxable income and recover the tax due.
2. Interest will be levied on late payments of tax at stipulated rates.

[06/02/17]   Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SMEs) can benefit from many tax concessions, which are meant to facilitate their growth. Presenting the 2017 National Budget, the Minister of Finance and Economic Development highlighted the following tax concessions for the benefit of SMEs:

Income Tax
The Commissioner General of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) may on application by a taxpayer who qualifies as an SME permit such taxpayer to pay Provisional Tax one month at a time in advance”. This will ease pressure that is associated with management of cash flows.

Moratorium on application of Section 23 of the VAT Act (Chapter 23:12):
For SMEs to be able to transact with private and public sector entities as corporate suppliers, they must be registered for Value Added Tax (VAT). This will enable the corporates to claim input tax on goods and services supplied by the SMEs. The following measures were put in place to facilitate the VAT registration for the SMEs who qualify or who meet the prescribed thresholds.
 The penalties and prior tax liabilities are pardoned for qualifying taxpayers who are currently carrying on any trade
 This applies to taxpayers who are not registered for VAT, and whose turnover is between $60000 and $240 000 per annum
 The taxpayer should voluntarily apply for VAT registration before 30th June 2017

Benefits of registering under moratorium
 There will be no back dating of VAT registration
 No principal, penalties and interest will be charged for the period prior to registration
 Tax clearance certificate will be availed to the client upon completion of the registration process
 Ability to trade with other VAT registered taxpayers without 10% being withheld
 There is an opportunity to formalise without tax costs

Failure to register for VAT under the moratorium will result in the following measures:
 The registration for VAT will be backdated
 Penalties and interest will be charged

• Presumptive TaxInformal traders will be charged Presumptive Tax at the rate of ten per centum of each dollar of the rent they pay
• Small-scale miners, shall be charged Presumptive Tax at the rate of five per centum of each dollar of the purchase price of precious metals or precious stones upon which the tax is chargeable.

Reminder. Payment of Pay As You Earn (PAYE) for the month of May 2017 is due on or before 10th June 2017.

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