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Safeguard Your Business: protect yourself with the right business insurance

Are you a small business owner in South Africa who is struggling to stay afloat during these unprecedented times? If so, then you are not alone. A majority of small business owners around the country are facing daily challenges that come with running a business. While you are worried about the pipeline of new customers, ensuring there is adequate cashflow or that your employees are excited and want to take the business forward, you don’t need the added headache of worrying about the unforeseen events.

The right bank can be the catalyst you need for business success

Raghmah Solomon is a seasoned interior designer who has been in the business for over 16 years. Specialising in the commercial sector, she founded Vortex Design Solutions in 2015 and after 7 years, is flourishing in her industry. But her journey to get there hasn’t been easy. Everything was going well until the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns struck, replacing Vortex’s busy schedule with an empty business calendar, literally overnight.

The power of integration

In the dynamic landscape of payment management, ALLPS-i stands as a beacon of innovation. It's a web-based front-end collection and payment management solution designed to simplify debit orders and payments. For standard workflows, ALLPS-i offers immense benefits, streamlining operations, and ensuring data accuracy. Users can effortlessly manage customer data, automate processes, and enjoy secure cloud-based storage. But for those requiring advanced workflows, integration is the key. Seamlessly integrate ALLPS with your existing systems, like a Debtor Management System, to unlock a world of possibilities.

Keeping finance simple for SA’s small businesses: new asset- and short-term finance solutions to cater to the need for growth-stage funding

Turning a small business into an empire in a high-risk environment with a high failure rate, is no small feat. In South Africa, access to funding can bridge the seemingly insurmountable gap between what it takes to get a venture off the ground and what’s needed to reach the next phase of strategic growth. And part of offering true value in terms of access to market and sustained growth, is simplifying finance for business owners – meeting entrepreneurs where they are.

SARS non-compliance notices

The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) wishes to clarify the confusion with the non-compliance notices issued by SARS to companies and close corporations, who have not filed their tax returns. The notice issued by SARS is based on tax compliance, and not the same compliance required by CIPC, for the filing of Annual Returns. Although compliance with the two institutions are necessary and are co-related to some extent, they are however independent in that:

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