Category: Business Finances

VLOG: Checklist for Invoices to be Valid Invoices

Many business owners find the invoicing process quite tedious and this is also a process that many businesses neglect. Invoicing is however a critical process for your cash flow management. Effective invoicing can certainly help you to get cash quicker into your business. It is however also important to check that the invoices you receive from suppliers etc. meet the standard requirements to ensure SARS doesn’t disallow some of your expenses causing for you to pay more tax. In this video clip I explain what a valid invoice for tax purposes should look like and contain…

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Tips to Improve Business Cash Flow

Cash flow is critical to any business despite the size or type of business. In a recent study conducted by SasFin and sme.africa, businesses indicated that cash flow (or rather a lack thereof) contributes to 61% of their biggest financial stress and concerns during the current pandemic. Implementing an effective cash flow management strategy is becoming more critical now than ever before. Here are a few tips to help businesses improve their cash flow.

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SARS Relief to Benefit Cash Flow

Concerns were rightfully raised about the various relief options been announced to help individuals and businesses been affected by the national lockdown enforced to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Amidst the negativity, uncertainty, stress and questions, SARS announced their relief measures. Eventually the dark cloud got a slight silver lining for some tax payers. The SARS relief options whereby a portion of PAYE and provisional payments will be deferred with no interest and penalties, will truly benefit taxpayers’ cash flows. This is the kind of relief most people, being heavily affected by this crisis, were probably looking for and hoping to receive from all role players.

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Coronavirus: Business and financial lessons

The impact of the coronavirus on the economy, businesses and individuals will be phenomenal.
Suddenly terms like ‘unforeseen circumstances’, ‘in case of an emergency’, ‘in the event that’, ‘potential risk’, ‘probability of an unforeseen event happening’, ‘what if’, ‘if it happens to you’, became a harsh reality and the real meaning of these terms became clear. Yes, ‘emergencies’ and ‘disasters’ can in fact happen. It can happen to all of us and it can happen at the blink of an eye.

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