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Trust
Trust is everything. Rest assured, when it comes to your business, you can have full confidence in our professionalism. Our accounting firm take pride in planning and managing of your finances as meticulously as we do our own. Your success is our utmost goal.
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Partnership
We value genuine, personal long-term relationships with our clients because each one is on a different journey. PPHC Global charted accountants get behind your vision and do everything in our power to help you meet your goals. Partner with us to see your business thrive.
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Honesty
We’re the good guys. We wouldn’t get very far without our commitment to absolute integrity, honesty and ethical practice. These are our firm's principles and we stick to them, especially under pressure. That’s our promise.

What we do as accountants?

Keeping on top of your company’s financials and administration is a full-time role but you already have a job. That’s where our accounting firm come’s in.

Our experience has taught us that company leaders need to stay focused to be truly successful. Our network offers integrated professional accounting services so you can say goodbye to ineffective, distracted business management. We’ll take care of the finer details so you don’t have to. From legal compliance to financial ethics and integrity, we’ve got you covered.

The best part? Our professional services and business consulting comes without the expensive price tag of an in-house accountant or advisor.

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PPHC Global is an Accounting Firm based in Pretoria, with Professional Accountants Peet & Hanno

Services

Our passion for business has driven us to partner with our clients in empowering them to understand and grow their business to their full potential by utilising our integrated services.

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Training

Training is crucial to professional development, especially in financial services, business administration and accounting. We’re on a mission to help South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) and Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) trainees get the training they need to build their careers. Our training centre provides practical coaching and comprehensive instruction to ensure accounting trainees excel in their qualifications.

SAIPA
South African Institute of Professional Accountants
The second biggest accountancy body in South Africa, South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) has a reputation for excellence. It represents qualified professional accountants in practice, commerce and industry, academia and the public sector, and aims to further professionalism, integrity and compliance in the industry.
CIMA
Chartered Institute of Management Accountants
Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) is the largest international professional body for management accountants. Its focus on building a career in business, with an accountancy qualification, helps graduates get ahead in the corporate world.
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Need specialised services?

Accounting
Monthly / Bi-Monthly Account Processing
Accurate and timely financial information is the backbone of making good business decisions and ensuring legal and regulatory compliance by a business. It doesn’t matter what the size of your business is, or if your accounting is not up to scratch.
Payroll
Ensuring legal compliance
Ensuring legal compliance to the relevant SARS and Dpt of Labour requirements relating to your employee taxes doesn’t need to be a headache. We can take this administration off your hands and ensure all administration work is maintained.
Tax
The only certainty in life is death and taxes
In recent year SARS has been on a drive to enforce compliance by taxpayers relating to submission of returns. Initially only individual tax payers were liable to monthly penalties for non compliance but this was extended to business tax payers from 2019.

Qualified accountants

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Peet Pieterse

Director

Peet Pieterse joined Coopers & Lybrand (later PricewaterhouseCoopers) in 1997 after completing his post-graduate accountancy degree at the University of Pretoria. He continued his training to become a chartered accountant while with the firm, then left in 2000 to join Johnson & Johnson Medical (Pty) Ltd as an accounting manager. During his time with Johnson & Johnson he was admitted as an associate to the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) in the UK.

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Hanno Coetzee

Director

Financial management post-graduate Hanno Coetzee completed his tertiary studies at the University of Pretoria in 2011, before joining Logista in 2012 where he finished his accounting articles. In 2015, as a qualified professional accountant, Hanno took on the role of financial controller at Publicis Africa Group and was responsible for digital advertising agencies in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Clients’ testimonials

Testimonial by Steve Rowlands
Having a trustworthy and reliable accounting / auditor partnering with you is
essential. PPHC is that for us. We are a small business last year it became apparent that our accountant was
neither trustworthy nor reliable. PPHC custom designed a relationship to fit our needs, based not on what it would take to clean up the mess from the past, but on what a well-run accounting relationship should be. They invested in us! Their communication is exemplary, we are expectant of a long and mutually beneficial relationship with PPHC.
Steve Rowlands
CEO - Rowlands-Pearse Management Services
Testimonial by Doug Johnson
I have worked with many accounting firms in the past 45 years and I have not encountered another firm that gets problems resolved as quickly and effectively as PPHC. >> https://journeytools.co.za
Doug Johnson
Journey Tools
Testimonial by Hilary Pike
PPHC's knowledge on local and international accounting and tax is brilliant. They are always professional, and I can definitely recommend their overall excellent service. >> http://www.biocollections.com/
Hilary Pike
Country Manager - BioCollections South Africa

Blog

How should I structure my business buyout?

How should I structure my business buyout?

You can operate your business using a: - Sole Proprietorship (that is trading in your private capacity) - Partnership (that is in your private capacity with other individuals in the private capacity) - Business Trust - Private Company ((Pty) Ltd – Company with limited shares holders) - Public Company ((Pty) Ltd – Company with unlimited shares holders) - Personal Liability Company (Inc.) - External Companies (Branches of foreign companies)

Elections 2019: How to position your Portfolio

Elections 2019: How to position your Portfolio

Our base case is for a relatively strong ANC election win in May and a mandate for President Cyril Ramaphosa to continue with his reform and anti-corruption drive. This will improve investor confidence and should see strong inflows into the South African (SA) equity market. Recent market performance has indicated support for this view. However, this is by no means a certainty and risks are elevated. In addition, Ramaphosa will need to show strong leadership and take meaningful actions in order to reinforce confidence. Different election outcomes could have vastly different equity market, growth and currency consequences. We are hence maintaining meaningful exposure to SA Inc. shares but retaining a diversified portfolio. Importantly, investors should be ready to react as the SA political drama unfolds, with a close eye on the balance of power in the provinces. SA has serious structural issues and the advances made in solving these are equally important. It should also be borne in mind that many of the factors impacting equity markets are global in nature and the SA political outcome is just one of the contributors. However, various segments of the SA market could perform very differently in the varying scenarios. At the end of this document we outline our expected outcomes for different election results.

What business vehicle should I use for my business?

What business vehicle should I use for my business?

You can operate your business using a: - Sole Proprietorship (that is trading in your private capacity) - Partnership (that is in your private capacity with other individuals in the private capacity) - Business Trust - Private Company ((Pty) Ltd – Company with limited shares holders) - Public Company ((Pty) Ltd – Company with unlimited shares holders) - Personal Liability Company (Inc.) - External Companies (Branches of foreign companies)

Why using an accounting platform for your business is crucial.

Why using an accounting platform for your business is crucial.

When people think of an accounting system the daunting, throat tightening, stress-inducing thought of admin, cripple any business owner. Most major accounting systems have moved to cloud-based accounting platform and are making the lives of business owners out there much easier.  Saving time and reducing costs. Music to any business owners’ ears.

Your provisional tax return (IRP6), is due 28 Feb 2019!

Your provisional tax return (IRP6), is due 28 Feb 2019!

February month is provisional tax month for all legal entities with a February year end (companies, close corporations), trusts and all individual tax payers who receives income other than a fixed monthly salary. This estimated tax return can result in unnecessary penalties and interest if attention is not given to the calculation.

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Our services have now broadened to include monthly accounting work, annual financial statements, CIPC submissions and changes, company secretarial work, income tax, expat personal tax, sec 12 J Investments, business acceleration & business advisory services.

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T: +27 (0) 12 664 6861

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A: Unit 3 UF, Central Office Park, 257 Jean Avenue, Centurion

E: info@pphcglobal.com

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