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As expected, the Finance Minister and Treasury have proposed some tough measures to address South Africa's tax collection shortfall, growing budget deficit, and new spending priorities in the 2018 Budget Speech. Sage software can ensure your business remains compliant through these upcoming changes.
Expect the South African Revenue Service (SARS) to clamp down on non-compliant business and personal taxpayers as government struggles to fill a large budget deficit.
Not only does an efficient payroll system enhance staff morale and boosts your reputation, it can also save your business significant costs.
Human resources departments across the country cite compliance as one of the top challenges they face. As an SME owner, it's up to you to ensure that your company's personnel business practices adhere to the current laws.
Here is my list of the top struggles start-up businesses face and some ideas to overcome them.
Here are some ways to counter petrol price increases.
Ansie Snyders, Director, Learning Services at Sage, discusses Sage's Learning Services and its training academy. These solutions offer extra value to their users, as well as the option for flexible e-learning, to optimise the use of Sage's software offerings.
Tracy Kruger started an e-commerce site because she discovered that no one was selling what she was looking for locally. Having grabbed the opportunity, her business is going from strength to strength.
Here are a few other points I hope Minister Gordhan will clear up in his Budget Speech this year.
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