Monthly Archives: November 2020

The Five Most Common Tax Pitfalls That Small Business Owners Should Avoid

At a time of deep economic recession, small businesses must manage their accounting and tax functions efficiently and smoothly to avoid any unnecessary costs like SARS penalties. Making elementary mistakes with a small company’s tax affairs can have disastrous and … Continue reading

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SMMEs: Preparing for the Second Wave

Covid-19 has forced the entire world to remodel how it operates, from the personal perspective to ways in which businesses operate. Experts, including academics and government, have warned the nation of the possibility of a second wave of high infections. … Continue reading

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Six Tips for More Effective Online Meetings

Covid-19 continues to alter the fundamental ways we do business. While many organisations had already been partially conducting meetings online the pandemic has brought this practice into sharp focus and 86% of employed people now take part in an online … Continue reading

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Leaving a Legacy: Ensure Your Business Survival with a Succession Plan

It is a sobering statistic that 70% of family businesses do not survive into the second generation – a significant loss considering the time, effort and investment required to start, manage, and grow a business in South Africa. Ensuring your business can … Continue reading

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