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|Age Analysis||For Customers and Suppliers. A tool to track what is still owing to you by your Customers, and what you owe your Suppliers.||Debtors: Controls to reduce risk
Creditors: Controls to reduce risk
|Break-even||When you know that you have accurately calculated costs and selling prices for your business, you can be confident that, financially, the business will be
viable for the coming year.
|Cash Flow||When you produce a seasonalised budget, you identify times, when potentially, your income might not be sufficient to cover your expenses. This is the concept of cash-flow.||Cash Flow if never the Problem|
|Home office Expense||A tool to work out what you can claim as your Home Office Expense||SARS clarifies the deduction of Home Office Expenses|
|Petty Cash||Petty cash is a small amount of discretionary funds in the form of cash used for expenditures where it is not sensible to make any disbursement by cheque,
because of the inconvenience and costs of writing, signing and then cashing the cheque.
|Profit and loss projection||Track your company’s profit & loss for 12 months. Use it to see how you compares with other companies in your industry.|
|Sales forecast||Businesses are forced to look well ahead in order to plan their investments, launch new products, decide when to close or withdraw products and so on. The sales forecasting process is a critical one for most businesses. Key decisions that are derived from a sales forecast include: Employment levels required; Promotional mix; Investment in production capacity|
|Business Tax Breaks||The best way to protect yourself is to know about the loopholes endorsed by SARS. They’re the best way to legitimately shrink the tax bill! Meet the ultimate tax-bill slasher…We know that paying taxes is, well, taxing. And we know how you rely on tax breaks to shrink your tax bill legitimately and get the most of your business transactions. There are checklists and tips you’ll need to qualify for the breaks.