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Blog Wills and Estates

Who is responsible for a child’s wellbeing?

By operation of law, the liability to maintain someone is based on three factors: firstly, the claimant’s inability to support himself or...
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Blog Marriage

The validity of an Antenuptial Contract

John and Susan are getting married on the 5th of October 1993. They have chosen to get married by way of...
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Blog Business

The traditional office is dying, what’s next?

Let’s face it, in a post-pandemic world, the traditional office is in danger. Commuting hours to work just to go sit at a desk with, relatively speaking, a...
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Blog Taxation

Can losses be distributed out of a trust?

On 18 March 2021, the Supreme Court of Appeal delivered judgment in the case of Massmart Holdings Limited v The Commissioner for the South...
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Blog Business

Why paying yourself more is better for business

There are many components to running a successful business: motivated staff, perfect pricing, improving processes, maximising revenue, limiting expenses... And...
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Blog Business

The POPI Act is about more than just adding new rules

The right to privacy is enshrined in Section 14 of South Africa’s Constitution and we understand it to be a vital...
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Blog Business

7 Steps for dealing with excuses in the workplace

Nobody loves an excuse. It’s even worse when it’s blatantly obvious that the task you assigned to one of your employees was...
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Blog Business

10 tips for excellent cash flow management

Are you sitting down? Let us share a frightening statistic with you. In a report published by FinFind in November 2020, it was found...
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Blog Law

Can I amend my will?

Having a will is a final statement of how you want your assets to be managed after your death. However,...
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Blog Business

Why face-to-face communication remains relevant

One of the biggest challenges in the workplace is that of communication. Everything we say (and do not say) has an...
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Blog Tax

Simplified taxes, extended responsibilities

Taxpayers who make use of the South African Revenue Service’s (SARS) electronic filing system (or as it is generally known, eFiling) will know that,...
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Blog Business

How to lead when the only certainty is uncertainty

Humankind has always been known for its innovation and ability to advance in technology and science. Most of human development and technology...
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Blog Business

When will it be time to scale again?

2020 was an immensely difficult year. Because of the economic downturn in the country, it left a lot of businesses...
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Blog Business

Healthy minds, healthier remote workers

It’s a strange new world that we’re living in, one in which the digitalisation of the traditional office is happening...
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Blog Business

Ways to grow your business as a sole proprietor

Running a business as a sole proprietor, especially in a highly volatile economy, is a momentous task. You started your business...
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Blog Tax

2021 Budget Expectations

On 24 February 2021, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will deliver the annual budget address shortly on the heels of the State of the...
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Business

Will remote work even remotely work in the long run?

Whenever humanity faces a problem as tremendous as a global pandemic, it unequivocally necessitates societal change. In a pandemic, these...
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Property

What a good conveyancing attorney does for you

Since property transfers are some of the highest-value transactions that you may make in your lifetime, it naturally follows that...
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Taxation

Clearing loan accounts through dividends

In terms of the Tax Administration Act, the South African Revenue Service ("SARS") can issue, in response to an application, Binding Private Rulings...
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Business

How you can improve your business’s cybersecurity

As a business owner in the digital age, one of the best things that you can do to gear yourself for the future of your...
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