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While planning for financial year end is a pain for every small business, good planning will set you up to start the new year on good footing. If you are a little confused about where to start, have a look at our financial year end survival kit.
After yesterday’s budget speech by Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan consumers will be facing even less buying power in the coming months - what does this mean for you and your business going forward?
For consumers and business owners alike, budget speech season is incredibly important for planning finances and structuring budgets. As Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan tries to fund the largest revenue shortfall in recent years, here is what you need to look out for ahead of 22 February.
Let’s be honest, admin is never fun. This is especially true when you are trying to get your business off the ground. In the case of finances however, admin today could make sure that your business isn’t in the ground tomorrow. Separating your business and personal finances is important to make sure that you can clearly identify your business and personal expenses come tax season, and allow you to track your business revenue so you can see how close you are to making that first million (or just how well you are doing).
Sureswipe suggests 5 easy ways to keep your finances separate