Asked by Leonette on 06-07-2021 14:07:12
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
I just found out my boss is comitting fraud. SARS told me when I phoned for a clients informationand I had to give my boss's practitioner details. SARS said my boss just filled in his name ons his wifes practitioner profile. So he is not actually a registered practitioner.
So now I want to resign. My notice period is 4 weeks in the contract but can I make it 2 weeks. If he wants to sue me then I will say well you comitted fraud so you were already damaging your own business
Answer to the Question
Posted by Att. Patrick on 07-07-2021 16:58:58
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No, you would need to work out your 4 weeks notice.
Also, didn't you boss perhaps just fill in his name on his wife's income tax because he submitted it for her? And not really intending to commit fraud?
Are you not perhaps getting too worried about this?
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