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Employing and dismissing foreigners
The tax structure should be aligned with the growth objective
How to create the best possible quotation
What to do about loans to a trust
Top challenges and trends in the SA SME economy
Plea bargain arrangements in disciplinary cases
The age of the app: how small business owners can earn time
Software, accountancy, and South African business
SA profits and productivity: How apps can boost your business
Improve the strike rate
Fish where the fish are
Work ON and not IN your business
Globalisation outplayed?
Dismissed for remaining silent
Reap the rewards when client expectations are exceeded
How useful are contractual notice periods?
The gamble, the plunge and the rise: When resilience pays off
Your will - traps to avoid
Does South Africa deserve junk status?
What to do in tough economic times
Fear of snakes - A reason to refuse to work?
Cold-calling is a Waste of Time
How to mitigate concentration risk
From an internet café in a dusty township to an award-winning business
Annual leave accrual during maternity leave
What is the optimal legal structure for your business?
Sales versus Marketing
Interest rates : relief in sight?
Hidden life stage selling opportunities
What are you saying?
Volunteer Workers
But I'm not good at sales!
The Spinach King of Khayelitsha: A story of personal victories, entrepreneurship and caring for a community…
Moonlighting
Why you should evaluate the packaging of your value proposition
Financing for business owners
Probation and fixed term contracts
The downturn in business profits and its implications
Give before you expect to receive
Essential financial planning solutions
Zero tolerance in the workplace
Entrepreneurship in their blood
Client knowledge can improve sales
Simple budgeting is better for a tough trading environment
Fresh start
Shooting yourself in the foot with social media
Planning for the worst-case scenario
Waste Want: A business that empowers the homeless

 

 

Employing and dismissing foreignersEmploying and dismissing foreignershttp://www.sanlam.co.za/businessblog/articles/Pages/employing-and-dismissing-foreigners.aspxhttp://www.sanlam.co.za/businessblog/PublishingImages/Foreigners_ArticleBlogBanner.jpg, /businessblog/PublishingImages/Foreigners_ArticleBlogBanner.jpg3/16/2017 9:35:31 AM0147312aspx1420http://www.sanlam.co.za/businessblog/articles/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx2017-03-15T22:00:00ZFor the employment of a foreigner to be ‘legal’, the person must have permission to live and work in South Africa. This is a signal to employers to take a closer look at the requirements for employing and dismissing foreign employees.
The tax structure should be aligned with the growth objectiveThe tax structure should be aligned with the growth objectivehttp://www.sanlam.co.za/businessblog/articles/Pages/the-tax-structure-should-be-aligned-with-the-growth-objective.aspxhttp://www.sanlam.co.za/businessblog/PublishingImages/NationalBudget_ArticleBlogBanner2.jpg, /businessblog/PublishingImages/NationalBudget_ArticleBlogBanner2.jpg3/14/2017 11:16:48 AM086366aspx979http://www.sanlam.co.za/businessblog/articles/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx2017-03-13T22:00:00ZAttention has been focused on adjustments to the tax regime in this year’s National Budget, as the National Treasury followed through on its intent to raise an additional R28 billion from taxpayers in the current fiscal year.

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