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It is tax season and we have this bit of advice to offer: be proactive and avoid missing deadlines, check the accuracy of IRP5 forms prior to submission, do not...
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Despite uncertainty and tougher trading conditions in almost every sector of the economy, corporate South Africa continues to demonstrate its commitment to corporate...
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According to a survey of time use conducted by Stats SA, South Africans spend roughly 121 minutes per day participating in meetings, which amounts to over 10 hours a...
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While banks doing business across Africa have to be careful with regard to their compliance with SA's Financial Intelligence Centre Act (Fica), they also have to be...
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If you care about your employees’ wellness, you should also care about their financial wellbeing. Debt and financial problems can affect productivity, so it also...
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There is a sophisticated spectrum of financial tools available to managers and entrepreneurs, all of which were non-existent 20 years ago. In theory, this should...
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Strike action is so destructive to a business’ operations, it comes as no surprise that organisations are willing to go to extremes to avoid such devastation.
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Wage overpayments can have a significant impact on the corporate bottom line, employee and business taxation, and also employee relations.
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As you near retirement, two questions will likely occupy your thoughts: “how do I manage my time” and “how do I manage my finances”.
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Employees who are paid efficiently, accurately and on time are productive and profitable, which is why payroll administration is a high-return investment for every...
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The South African Revenue Service (SARS) issued binding private ruling 264 on 3 February 2017 (Ruling). In essence, the Ruling determines whether each share to be...
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In a survey published in the New York Times, American workers admitted that only about 35% of their day was productive work time. The rest is lost to distractions -...
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Millennial workers, those who entered adulthood in the early 21st century, are now at a stage where they need to be looking at their retirement seriously in order to...
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VAT on fuelNational Treasury has indicated an intention to expand the VAT base by removing the zero rating on fuel. To mitigate the effect, National Treasury is...
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Key points from the Budget SpeechThe Budget Speech was very light on matters affecting retirement fund investors, and did not reference retirement reforms at all.
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COSATU issued a press release recently in relation to its “enormous expectations” for the 2017/18 budget.  As regards the tax proposals, how does Budget 2017...
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We encourage all employers, employees and payroll departments to prepare themselves for an income tax increase that was announced during Finance Minister Pravin...
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South Africans are becoming used to hearing bad news in terms of our pockets on the 2nd Wednesday afternoon in February. Sadly, we don’t expect anything...
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Despite the increasing emphasis of organisations in implementing measures to retain top talent, very few companies actually consider the financial implications of...
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The period between the calendar and tax year end is referred to as “RA season” by the savings industry in South Africa. It is during this time that taxpayers seek...

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