Mr. Allan Lutalo is a qualified chartered accountant registered with the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Allan commenced his employment with the Auditor General of South Africa in the year 2006 to 2008 prior to resigning under a cloud of controversy after a clean botched audit report was issued to the Impopoma Infrastructure Support Entity under his watch to an entity belonging to the Gauteng Department of Infrastructure & Development back then.
He later joined the Gauteng Depatment of Roads & Transport serving as it’s Deputy Director under it’s fixed assets register department between the years 2009 to 2011.
He then formed Fixonate Consulting Services in the year 2011 and scored lucrative multi million contracts with various government municipalities and FET colleges in the maintenance of aluminium barcoded fixed assets registers.
He left the fixed assets register business yet under another cloud of controversy after several multi million consultation contracts had been awarded to his company under questionable tender procedures.
In 2013, he moved into private Tax consultation and was later embroiled in a tax scandal with Mr Norman Tloubatla were the later had been accused of defrauding the South African Revenue Services out of a R154 Million VAT refund scam.
No charges were brought up against Mr. Lutalo, as there was no evidence linking Mr. Lutalo to the VAT refund scam although he had been the appointed official tax consultant to Mr. Norman Tloubatla.
In 2014 Mr. Lutalo ventured into the capital financing of government & municipal purchase orders in return for a 25% return on investment, however, legal complications with the financial services board saw the business being unable to proceed any further.
From 2016, Mr Lutalo developed a website that was designed to address the information gap prevalent among the CIDB and NHBRC construction clients.
The website was rich with tax & several accounting and compliance requirements as required in the construction industry.
Within 6 months, the website’s articles had acquired a google domain page rank score of more than 70% thus surpasing any existing accounting & tax websites within the country.
This led the website to receiving a constant hit of more than 45,000 visitors per month.
With this, from 2022, he then started developing taxleads.co.za, an open source software applications designed to link construction companies to tax accountants, lawyers and auditors in improving their CIDB track record scores as well as accounting & tax compliance.
The open source software, just like the likes of Uber & Bolt, is projected to generate at least more than R2 Million per month based on the number of visitor entries and in line with the valuation of other similar open source softwares such as taxtim.com & snupit.co.za.
You may click on the link below to view progress on the development of the open source software.