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  • Do you know when and why you need to create financial statements?
  • If you're in charge of your company's money, you have another task to accomplish or check from your list every year. According to the new Companies Act (2008), you must compile financial statements six months after your financial year end. So if your company's financial year end is 28 February, you'll have to draw up your financial statements for the year ended 28 February 2015 before 31 August... ››› more
  • [24 April 2015]
  • The eight things SARS looks out for when it does capital reconciliations
  • If SARS sends you a letter asking for a statement of your assets and liabilities, you will find this very useful. After all,SARS asked you if you declare this information on your tax returns, you should know that SARS uses this information to do it's own capital reconciliation of your business! Down below you'll find the eight things SARS looks out for when it decides to do a capital reconcilia... ››› more
  • [23 April 2015]
  • The top five responsibilities of a financial manager. Are you delegating the right tasks?
  • Your financial manager, like it or not, is one of the key employees in your company and you have a thousand extra reasons why you shouldn't give this person more tasks and resposibilities he or she can handle. So keep in mind that your financial manager is responsible for your company's financial affairs. This includes everything that affects the financial function i.e. legislation, compliance... ››› more
  • [22 April 2015]
  • Looking for the best financial manager? Here's what the qualifications should look like
  • Of course you can leave this to the human resources department. But you could live to regret it a few months later when your company's budget develops into a liquidity trap. Because the truth is, hiring a financial manager is something that requires your direct involvement. Keep in mind that the person you choose will have to manage the financial department according to sound financial systems... ››› more
  • [22 April 2015]
  • Review these five aspects when it comes to your company's liquidity
  • As the business owner, you're the master of your financial budget, cash, financial operations, financial plan and so on. This means there are always tasks you have to perform on a regular basis and aspects to manage and review. When it comes to the amount of cash your business has to deal with, there are several facts you should check to make sure you can improve the liquidity position. Let... ››› more
  • [21 April 2015]
  • What skills should you ask for from your accountant and financial planner?
  • A match made in heaven is a rare possibility when it comes to your accountant and financial planner. Although your biggest wish would be that these two would work as a perfect team, in most cases they follow a common rule: Each speaks a different language fluently. How can you diminish these differences or, at least, make sure that the two professionals reach a shared ground so that your compan... ››› more
  • [21 April 2015]
  • What is a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP)?
  • You need to know what is a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) and how to use it to protect your data. Include this in your plan for protecting your accounting data and make sure you follow all the rules for your procedure to be applied properly. Your Disaster Recovery Plan represents a documented plan to ensure you have safeguards in place in case there's a disaster. It helps your business run witho... ››› more
  • [20 April 2015]
  • Why did the 2008 Companies Act make liquidity tests compulsory?
  • The 2008 Companies Act (Co's Act) made liquidity tests compulsory to ensure companies are cash healthy before and after certain transactions. But when do you have to perform theM/ Here's a checklist that shows four instances where liquidity tests are compulsory. A company must perform a liquidity test before it: - Provides financial assistance to people so they can buy the company's shares ... ››› more
  • [20 April 2015]
  • Five challenges of cloud data accounting and how to overcome them
  • Before we talk about challenges when using cloud for managing data, let's look at what cloud means in the management system of storaging documents. What is cloud data accounting? When we talk about cloud, we mean the storage of documents on a remote online server. The cloud is a way for you to access and share data, information and computer software between users accessible over the Inter... ››› more
  • [16 April 2015]
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