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MSI Global Alliance, a leading international association of legal and accounting firms, is pleased to announce that it has added four new member firms to its international membership as of 1 January 2016.
MSI’s presence across Germany will be strengthened by the addition of multi-disciplinary firm Fürst & Partner GmbH with offices in Northern Bavaria (Nuremberg, Erlangen, Georgensgmünd, Rothenburg o.d.T) and Thuringia (Gera). Established in 1953, the firm’s 120 employee-strong team covers all aspects of tax consulting, financial auditing, legal advice and management consulting.
Further joining MSI is Bloomfield Law Practice, a full service law firm based in Lagos State, Nigeria. The firm, with a total of 12 staff, provides specialised legal advisory services to both local and multi-national clients across a wide range of practice areas including corporate, corporate Immigration, labour and employment law, litigation and alternative dispute resolution, real estate & construction, intellectual property, energy & natural resources, shipping & aviation and taxation.
The addition of Florida based accountancy firm Mendez Rothbard Molieri & Co further expands MSI’s footprint in the USA. The firm, with offices in Miami and Fort Lauderdale, provides tax, accounting and transaction services to large businesses and SME’s, high-net-worth individuals and entrepreneurs. The 24-employee firm has deep expertise in helping international clients structure their investments in U.S. based businesses and real estate.
Also joining MSI is Rahayu Partnership based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The law firm, with a strong background in shipping, admiralty and insurance law, provides a full spectrum of legal services including commercial dispute resolution, corporate and legal advisory, litigation, trademarks, mergers and acquisition to national and international clients.
Tim Wilson, chief executive of MSI Global Alliance, comments, “It is good to have a mix of legal, accounting and multidisciplinary firms joining MSI at the start of 2016. These new firms increase our presence in four key economic centres on four different continents and, as such, I know they will contribute greatly to MSI and gain from membership themselves. I look forward to working with them over the coming years.”
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Please note that from, 1 OCTOBER 2013 you will no longer be able to make any payments on behalf of clients using the debit pull method.
The only two options available to make payments will be the following:
1. Set-up credit push transactions on e-filing
Log in to e-filing and set up the banking details for credit push transactions. The client then has to get a code from their bank and send it back to us to load on e-filing.
With every payment the client will then have to log in to their internet banking to release the payment during business banking hours.
2. Internet banking payments
Clients can log in to their internet banking and select SARS from the public recipients. It is imperative that they use the correct reference number when using this method of payment.
Also please note that payments must be made on the 25th or last business day before the 25th of the month for VAT payments.
Newtons celebrates casual day!
Members of the staff participated in the Bloem Striders 5km Night Race. We received beautiful medals and enjoyed the fresh air and excited spirit of about 700 athletes.
Thelma, Esmé, Angelique, Louise and Anchin with our Medals!