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New Company Registrations, Statutory Registrations, Payroll Administration

Risk , Compliance , Assurance - We will keep your Bucks in a Row

Audit, Tax. Accounting, Business Advisory Services

Stand Out of The Crowd

Our Unique Online Services Allow you to Stand Out of the Crowd - Ask about our Client Portal Service and Cloud Based Accounting Systems.

Were Not Your Ordinary Accountants- Talk To Us Today and let us become your Most Trusted Business Advisor

Our Purpose, Our Vision , Our Values, Our Staff

Established in 2004, BVK is a dynamic growing practice employing 16 skilled employees. BVK is the preferred and trusted supplier of audit, accounting, tax, statutory, payroll and business advisory services and our unique blend of skills and expertise enables us to provide our services to a diversity of clients, ranging from medium corporate to small medium and micro enterprises(SMME’s).

We are registered Chartered Accountants with IRBA (Reg no. 901153), members of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA)(Reg no 03186462), approved and registered Tax Practitioners at SARS (Reg no. PR0016291)

We are also an approved registered training provider with SAICA for Trainee Accountants.

 BVK is also proud members of KLBCT, SACBW and BNI

Services We Offer

 Our wide range of services

Audit, Tax, Accounting,Payroll Administration, Statutory & Company Registrations and Business Advisory Services-



Paying It Forward

A random act of kindness is all that is needed to bring on a smile, to bring joy where there is no hope and a little love.


Special Dispensation For Small Business.

 The answer is yes. Certain provisions of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA) have been relaxed to accommodate small businesses, in particular employers who employ less than 10 employees .

Not many employers are aware of the Ministerial Determination that was issued in respect of small businesses as long ago as 1999 (“the Small Business Determination”).


Accounting on the Cloud

Technology: adapt or die

By Steven Cohen, managing director Softline Pastel

I recently realised that the term ‘cloud computing’ is not as broadly understood as I had assumed. Maybe it’s because I work in the tech sector that these buzz words are part of my everyday vocabulary but I was surprised to discover that 77% of professional accountants claim to have no understanding of what accounting in the cloud is.

This statistic comes from independent research we recently conducted. And what is interesting to me is that while a large proportion of professional accountants don’t know what cloud computing is, 53% would recommend an online accounting product to their SME clients. So, there’s obviously confusion out there because cloud computing and working with an online application is exactly the same thing. And accountants are clever people, so if they are grappling with the principles of the cloud, so must many others!


Communication to existing clients:

“To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others.” Tony Robbins

We spend much of our resources on recruiting clients for our businesses, but then forget about them once a transaction has been finalised. It is common knowledge that it is cheaper to sell to existing clients, than to recruit new ones.


Start your Business

Hundreds of thousands of new businesses are started in South Africa every year. Most begin with some good ideas and some real passion on the part of the entrepreneurs who start them. What many are lacking , though, is a thorough examination of the essentials that make a business work. Maybe that is why so many new businesses fail within the first five years. In our experience as certified auditors and accountants we have identified several key things that new business owners do not always consider, but that can make a profound difference in how well the business does. 


Business Tips for Business owners

Business Tips for Business Owners

 How to improve business results in 2015 2014 was a challenging year for many businesses.

 The year of 2014 will go down as one of the most difficult for businesses in recent times. The strike in the platinum mining sector started in January and was only settled in June. Losses to the mines and their workers were enormous, but the trickle-down effect of the mines not buying meant suppliers were badly affected. That, in turn, affected their supply chains, down to the tax consultants of the managers of third tier suppliers. Only a week after the platinum strike settlement the metalworkers’ strike paralysed industry for a month. The post office did not deliver mail for months in some areas, new power stations again experienced construction delays, the radical EFF appeared on the stage and the e-toll saga developed in Gauteng.