Turning Point Chartered Accountants



With our tailored accounting, tax, and financial services, we help non-profit organisations optimise their financial management. By increasing efficiency and unlocking financial resources, we enable your organisation to focus on its core purpose.


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We believe that NPOs play a vital role in making positive changes in the world, and we’re committed to supporting them in achieving their goals. We aim to enable NPOs to focus on their core purpose, maximizing their impact and achieving peace of mind in financial and tax-related matters. We’re committed to working with you to achieve sustainable outcomes that allow you to focus solely on your NPO’s end goals. We believe in building partner relationships with our clients, and we’re dedicated to supporting you every step of the way.


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From audits and accounting to legal structuring and training, we offer a comprehensive suite of services tailored to the unique needs of your organisation.


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Authors: Inyathelo Finance Director – Soraya Joonas, and Turning Point Chartered Accountants (TPC) Director of Tax – Ridhwaan Khan CA(SA), and Director …

Who needs to submit the audit certificate? An approved organisation conducting a combination of Public Benefit Activities (PBA’s) from Part I and …

Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs) face unique tax challenges that require specialised knowledge and strategies to navigate. In this blog, we explore how Turning Point Chartered Accountants, led by Ridhwaan Khan, can guide your NPO through these complexities, ensuring compliance and financial stability. Understanding Tax Challenges for NPOs NPOs encounter various tax...

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has recently been on a drive to modernise and simplify tax processes. This evolving best practice of third-party data requirements has been extended to include Public Benefit Organisation’s (PBO’s), enabling SARS to develop an efficient process in granting Section 18A (S18A) deductions to taxpayers and help prevent claims abuse.