Jonathan Hore

Jonathan Hore

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Mr. Jonathan Hore is the Managing Tax Consultant of Aupracon Tax Specialists, a local Tax specialist services provider that he founded in July 2016. He has over 22 years practical experience in Tax and Customs matters acquired from working in Canada, Botswana and Zimbabwe. Of the 22 years, 9 were spent with KPMG and the rest as a Tax & Customs Specialist. He holds various Tax-related qualifications including Advanced Tax & Customs Procedures (ZIMRA) as well as Advanced VAT (UNISA). Along with his team at Aupracon Tax Specialists, he has served over 8 Botswana Stock Exchange listed entities, more than 6 local commercial banks and over 10 parastatals or quasi-government institutions. His firm has served clients based in the UK, South Africa, China, Germany, Nigeria, among other countries. He facilitated over 60 Tax seminars in Botswana over a period of 8 years. He authored 11 books on Taxation; nine on Botswana Tax and two on Zimbabwe Tax. He was invited to present as a guest speaker at the 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 FNB Budget Review forums as well as at the 2020 ACCA Budget review session.

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