While navigating the uncertainties of business, many entrepreneurs rely on intuition or guesswork to predict the future. However, only 32% leverage the power of data-driven financial forecasting, a valuable tool that unlocks a clearer picture of your future financial landscape.
Financial year-end is a critical time for both businesses and individuals and involves summarising and closing financial accounts to prepare for tax obligations, evaluate performance, and plan. Here are some important deadlines you need to know for your financial year end –
Studies reveal a compelling link between financial stability and mental well-being. Financial stress can spark psychological distress, anxiety, and depression, affecting productivity and employee morale.
For business owners, debt can be a double-edged sword. On one hand, it provides much-needed capital to expand, invest, or smooth out cash flow gaps but, on the other, it comes at a cost (much of which isn’t immediately apparent).
Financial literacy is a critical skill for business owners. It’s not just about understanding numbers, it’s about the ability to make informed financial decisions that can drive the success and sustainability of your business. Here are the five key components of financial literacy that you need to master.
In our ever-evolving business landscape recessions are inevitable. And, while it’s natural for business owners to want to tighten their belts during economic downturns, history shows that it’s the perfect time to invest in marketing.
Whether you employ five or 200 employees, businesses of this size are commonly regarded as the backbone of our economy, driving innovation, and creating jobs. However, as the owner of a business of this size, the chances are you’re wearing many hats.
Planning for the future involves more than just accumulating wealth; it requires understanding the intricacies of estate duty – the tax imposed by SARS on your estate after you die. Here’s what you need to know to ensure your legacy is preserved while minimising tax liabilities.
When it comes to planning, few things are as important as creating a will. A will serves as your voice beyond the grave, ensuring that your wishes are respected, and your loved ones are cared for. Beyond the emotional comfort it provides, a well-structured will plays a pivotal role in managing tax liabilities and simplifying estate distribution.
Are you a trustee of a resident trust in South Africa? Brace yourself for significant changes as SARS now demands that trustees become third-party data providers. In this blog, we’ll dive into the increased reporting requirements, explore potential challenges, and offer expert advice on navigating this new landscape to ensure compliance and transparency.