Company Registration & Taxes in Zimbabwe

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11/10/2021

*ANNUAL RETURNS*
*NOTICE ON ALL REGISTERED COMPANIES**

*ANNUAL RETURNS SUBMISSION*

Every registered PVT LTD Company ( *OPERATING & NOT OPERATING* ) is required by the Law to file Annual Returns
✅According to Section 165 of the new Companies and Other Business Entities Act,( *Chapter 24:31* ) All registered Companies must prepare and file Annual Return in the prescribed format *After every 12 months from the date of Incorporation*
✅The Annual Return must be submitted within twenty-one (21) days of the anniversary date of its Incorporation, Registration or re-registration & annually thereafter.
✅The return should be filed at Deeds office.
✅The return contains particulars of the existing directors, secretary and the physical address.

*CONSEQUENCES OF FAILING TO LODGE THE ANNUAL RETURN TIMELY*

✅Every return submitted lately attracts a *penalty*
✅Defaulting companies cannot re-register, change directors, change physical address, change company name.

Contact us today for the filling of your Annual Returns

20/09/2021

Please be advised that ZIMRA 3rd QPD , VAT and ITF12C is now due.please visit FAGGY NETWORKS OFFICE OR CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION.

16/09/2021

It's time for Tax Clearance renewal and Third quarter Income Tax Returns.Collections for September 2021 Returns have started.Please make sure you pay by 20 September 2021.

11/09/2021

A man should not call another man mbinga or Boss nhingi ..be your own boss
Register your company today!!
Company Registration from $80

A man should not call another man mbinga or Boss nhingi ..be your own boss
Register your company today!!
Company Registration from $80

03/09/2021

*🇿🇼Company Registration, Tax Clearance, PRAZ, NSSA & NEC Registration*

1) Private Limited Company Registration
2) Private Business Corperation Registration
3) Trust Registration, Church Reg, NGO Reg
4) Change of Directors and Addresses
5) Annual Returns
6) PRAZ Registration
7) Vendor Number Registration
8) Company Profile
9) Business Partner Registration & New Tax Clearance
10) Tax Clearance Renewal
11) Calculation & Submissions of Tax Returns
12) VAT registration
13) Financial Statements
14) Business/Project Proposals
15) Import and Export license
16) NSSA Registration
17) Nssa Certificate
18) Company Bank Opening
19) Company Emails personalized emails
20) Date stamps
21) Receipt Books

30/08/2021

Hello!!maboss
Key differences between a PBC & a PLC:

Registering for a PB C is recommended for Small to Medium Businesses whereas a PLC is recommended for medium to larger businesses.

Both a PBC & a PLC are a separate entity from its owners (Normally referred to as a separate legal persona)

A PBC has a minimum of one member (sole trader) and a maximum of 20 member, A PLC on the other hand has a minimum of 2 members and a maximum of 50 members.

Members are the same as shareholders and owners, whereas shareholders can either be different from directors in a PBC.

A PBC is not required to lodge annual returns, whereas a PLC is required to do so.

29/08/2021

We are here to help you with company registration processes.

*WHAT IS REQUIRED TO REGISTER A COMPANY?*
• Proposed Company Names (3-5 Names)
• Core Business
• Full names of Directors
• ID Number of each Director
• If you are foreigner a Passport Copy is a must.
• Business Address/ Home Address
• Shareholding Percentages

*HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO REGISTER A COMPANY?*
When you use our experts to facilitate the company registration process, we assure you that we will process your Company Registration in less than 5 working days

28/08/2021

Register your Company with us today!!! We are fast and reliable

Register your Company with us today!!!
We are fast and reliable

10/05/2021

#Reflection: Do one thing, and do it well.
__Know yourself and stay focused!

The most successful people in the world have always understood the need to do one thing, and do it well. Bill Gates was into computer software and he built the giant Microsoft. When he began to rise and create that extraordinary wealth, there were others who also thought software was the thing to be in, even though they had no clue what it was about.

And they failed.

Jeff Bezos built his wealth first and foremost on eCommerce. From frying hamburgers at McDonald's as a teenager to selling books online, he ended up being the richest man in the world.

Sam Walton started his work life as a young sales trainee at JC Penney. He learned sales lessons early and became one of the world's richest men by creating these massive retail stores... the biggest private employer in the world!

Aliko Dangote began by getting a family loan to become a commodities trader of goods like bagged cement, rice and sugar. He then went into manufacturing cement and other products. He is an industrialist.

Even if you choose to diversify in the future, do it only after you have emerged as a true master of one.

The lesson is simple: It’s not about the industry you are in, but about how well you apply yourself in that industry.

__You must be passionate about what you do, but you must also be knowledgeable about it.

That is what drives #Innovation!

When we see someone being successful in a particular industry, we often disregard their entrepreneurial prowess, and think it is all about the industry they are in! So we all rush to it, only to be disappointed.

Tell me what you are into, and I will show you someone who built a multi-billion dollar business in it.

Now, I've said here before many times you have to be knowledgeable about your own industry. You also have to be knowledgeable about yourself.

__When was the last time you looked at yourself in a mirror and asked yourself: WHO AM I? What are my strengths? Where do I need to dust up my skills, or learn new ones?

What about your #Mindset? Be honest with your answers. [You are talking to yourself after all].

"That strong mother doesn't tell her cub: 'Son, stay weak so the wolves can get you. She says, Toughen up, this is the reality we are living in!'" [From American rapper Lauryn Hill]

The reality we're living in right now is very tough, and there are lots of different kinds of wolves out there, including the "Distraction Wolf"... Don't let him get you!

You already know that hundreds of millions of our people in Africa and across the world were facing huge challenges, even before this global pandemic hit. Global education systems and economies will be recovering for years to come. Like no other time in your life, now is the time to #Focus on #Innovative solutions!

There's also a growing mental health crisis going on across the world, even amongst children now, because of the pressures and confusion of this COVID. A lot of people are very stressed and going through a lot so please, I don't want to see people on this platform pointing judgemental negative fingers about others. Tough love can be necessary but if in doubt, just work on yourself.

You all will go through countless challenges and have countless distractions. That's the reality we are living in today.

So here's your homework: What are you passionate about? If you want to succeed, know yourself, and stay focused.

Let's talk.

Image credit:
@Yongqing Bao @Animalviewphoto

From Strive Masiiwa

#Reflection: Do one thing, and do it well.
__Know yourself and stay focused!

The most successful people in the world have always understood the need to do one thing, and do it well. Bill Gates was into computer software and he built the giant Microsoft. When he began to rise and create that extraordinary wealth, there were others who also thought software was the thing to be in, even though they had no clue what it was about.

And they failed.

Jeff Bezos built his wealth first and foremost on eCommerce. From frying hamburgers at McDonald's as a teenager to selling books online, he ended up being the richest man in the world.

Sam Walton started his work life as a young sales trainee at JC Penney. He learned sales lessons early and became one of the world's richest men by creating these massive retail stores... the biggest private employer in the world!

Aliko Dangote began by getting a family loan to become a commodities trader of goods like bagged cement, rice and sugar. He then went into manufacturing cement and other products. He is an industrialist.

Even if you choose to diversify in the future, do it only after you have emerged as a true master of one.

The lesson is simple: It’s not about the industry you are in, but about how well you apply yourself in that industry.

__You must be passionate about what you do, but you must also be knowledgeable about it.

That is what drives #Innovation!

When we see someone being successful in a particular industry, we often disregard their entrepreneurial prowess, and think it is all about the industry they are in! So we all rush to it, only to be disappointed.

Tell me what you are into, and I will show you someone who built a multi-billion dollar business in it.

Now, I've said here before many times you have to be knowledgeable about your own industry. You also have to be knowledgeable about yourself.

__When was the last time you looked at yourself in a mirror and asked yourself: WHO AM I? What are my strengths? Where do I need to dust up my skills, or learn new ones?

What about your #Mindset? Be honest with your answers. [You are talking to yourself after all].

"That strong mother doesn't tell her cub: 'Son, stay weak so the wolves can get you. She says, Toughen up, this is the reality we are living in!'" [From American rapper Lauryn Hill]

The reality we're living in right now is very tough, and there are lots of different kinds of wolves out there, including the "Distraction Wolf"... Don't let him get you!

You already know that hundreds of millions of our people in Africa and across the world were facing huge challenges, even before this global pandemic hit. Global education systems and economies will be recovering for years to come. Like no other time in your life, now is the time to #Focus on #Innovative solutions!

There's also a growing mental health crisis going on across the world, even amongst children now, because of the pressures and confusion of this COVID. A lot of people are very stressed and going through a lot so please, I don't want to see people on this platform pointing judgemental negative fingers about others. Tough love can be necessary but if in doubt, just work on yourself.

You all will go through countless challenges and have countless distractions. That's the reality we are living in today.

So here's your homework: What are you passionate about? If you want to succeed, know yourself, and stay focused.

Let's talk.

Image credit:
@Yongqing Bao @Animalviewphoto

From Strive Masiiwa

04/05/2021

Hazvidi kuti utange wadzingwa basa kuti uzotanga kuregister company yako

11/04/2021

List of Low Capital Business Ideas.
1. ECD/crèche/day-care centre
2. Crop farming (small plot)
3. Sewing uniforms (office/school)
4. Poultry – day old chicks; broilers (baby & full grown); eggs; buy & sell
5. Buy & sell cattle, goats, rabbits
6. Driving school
7. Piggery
8. Freezit-making – wholesale &/or retail
9. Mobile ice cream
10. Mobile coffee/tea dispenser
11. LPG gas station (mobile)
12. Vet equipment & medicines
13. Greenhouse vegetables
14. Mushroom farming
15. Mobile money agent
16. Fast foods – chicken & chips
17. Cross border – various goods
18. Buy & sell – scrap metal
19. Equipment distributor/agent
20. Catering – low cost sadza place
21. Website designing
22. Bridal shop/salon
23. Peanut butter – (toll) making & selling
24. Sack potatoes – back yard
25. Car wash/tyre repair services
26. Hair salon (home-based) – no chemicals
27. Interior decor – making and/or buy, sell & decor
28. Mabhero – ladies, baby & men’s clothes
29. Mabhero – winter clothes
30. Supply traditional grain and hupfu hwacho (rukweza, mapfunde & mhunga)
31. Hiring out event equipment– chairs, tables, tents, etc
32. Hiring out – truck (small & medium sized)
33. Landscaping
34. Buy/Sell – potatoes, fruits
35. Buy/Sell – kapenta, madora/macimbi, etc
36. Potato slicing for sale to take-aways & restaurants
37. Brick moulding
38. Transport broking
39. Cattle fattening
40. Transport - Kombi’s
41. Fish farming (home-based)
42. Video filming & photography- corporate
& social events
43. Small-scale mining
44. Motor spares retailing
45. Cab/taxis
46. Lawn-mowing services
47. Buy/Sell fruit from large scale fruit farmers
48. Buy/sell GSM telecoms & related ICT gadgets
49. Fixing/servicing mobile handsets/ICT gadgets
50. Flea market – sell anything & everything
51. Candle-making
52. Soap-making
53. Detergents-making
54. Day-old chicks using a solar-powered incubator
55. Baking
56. Interior decor (whether you buy or make the decor staff) Key Points/Questions:
a) Choosing a business idea is no different from choosing a spouse/partner – it’s personal & you have to love it (the idea) enough!!
b) What am I passionate about & /or what are my talents?
c) We should always strive to have a second income source (or more)
d) Avoid poverty thinking or having a scarcity mentality. Instead of saying I can’t do it or it’s not for me, ask yourself ‘How can I do it’?
e) Ask yourself the following questions:
Who do I know? (customers) Who knows me?(customers) What do I know? (product/service)
f) Low volume/huge profit; high volume/small profit; continuous demand

Please call us on 0774229804 /0773389264 for more information

29/03/2021

Don’t do business without a contract. Period. #richdad

08/01/2021

We are now processing 2021 tax clearances !!!

30/08/2020

Monday Tips :

1.If you call someone two times and not picking consider that person busy so you have to call later or wait for him or her to return.

2.When you get the opportunity to meet great people never ask for money.

3.Dont vedio call someone without prior permission.

4.Each time get permission to take a selfie with someone.

5.Nomater how close you are in your friend's business pay.

6.Get and keep a receipt whenever you paid your money.

7.When lending to friends give an amount that you are ready to loose.

8.Master the art of thanks giving.Send a thank you massage if someone have done something good to you.

9.In business matters call only during working hours.

10.Write your *to do list* every day and mark your achievements after day end.

29/06/2020
01/06/2020

Important Notice From Zimra !!!

22/05/2020

The government is pushing everyone in business to formalised their business and those who are not registered or who don't have tax clearances are not allowed to open.We encourage everyone to register their businesses so as to avoid inconveniences especially this lock down and after.

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 5 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 memorandum of articles and association Cr 5 , Cr 6 that will be submitted at the registrar's office.

5.Provide Company address.

6.Provide objectives of the company that will help on determining whether it will be called

Investments
Enterprises
Trading

To mention but a few but we encourage you to choose a name that will allow you to do a lot of things using one name.This is why we are there to help you.
With us, the whole process will take you only 5 working days or less

We are open during this lock down, also remember we are running #NoweroDzokaNowero Campaign where we are encouraging everyone to participate in the #RangariroChallenge .We are supporting the coming back of our legendary gospel musician Noel Zembe who has been quiet for some time now.Once again thank you for supporting us and our local talent !!

Remember the draw is ending today 22 05 2020 at 2100hrs so make sure you choose you contestant to vote for by liking and sharing his post.

1st Prize is 20usd +500 ecocash
2nd Prize is 10usd +500 ecocash
#NoweroDzokaNowero
#ToiteBasa
#BeYourOwnBoss

19/05/2020

We have good News !!

A certain man of God got in touch with us and guess what he said. "I am adding $20usd Ecocash equivalent to the winner of the #RangariroChallenge

12/05/2020

How 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 5 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 memorandum of articles and association Cr 5 , Cr 6 that will be submitted at the registrar's office.

5.Provide Company address.

6.Provide objectives of the company that will help on determining whether it will be called

Investments
Enterprises
Trading

To mention but a few but we encourage you to choose a name that will allow you to do a lot of things using one name.This is why we are there to help you.
With us, the whole process will take you only 5 working days or less

We are open during this lock down, also remember we are running #NoweroDzokaNowero Campaign where we are encouraging everyone to participate in the #NdaiwanaHamaChallenge .We are supporting the coming back of our legendary gospel musician Noel Zembe who has been quiet for some time now.Once again thank you for supporting us and our local talent !!

#NoweroDzokaNowero
#ToiteBasa
#BeYourOwnBoss

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