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Tips to ensure successful and speedy client onboarding

Relationship building is an imperative in not only gaining new business, but retaining it too. Perhaps one of the most important aspects of landing a new client - and ensuring they remain a client into the future - is to conduct a thorough and successful onboarding phase. “The onboarding of…

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7 trends determining the accountant of the future

The Covid-19 pandemic has forced accountants to adapt to the changing business landscape, urging even the most traditional of practitioners to acclimatise themselves to this new way of working, or be left behind. As such, our Head of Services, Bridget du Toit, has identified seven global trends that will determine…

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Bi-annual PAYE submissions simplified

Businesses are required to submit a bi-annual PAYE reconciliation submission based on the first 6 months of the tax year. Which is basically a reconciliation of each months EMP201’s that is uploaded via an EMP501 certificate, to SARS for the half year ending in August to be assessed. Essentially a…

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SME’s Accessing funding in a time of COVID-19

  EasyBiz Technologies hosted a webinar that highlighted how businesses can best navigate and adapt to the “new norm” as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. One of the speakers at the webinar was Daniel Golderg, CEO and founder of fintech company, Bridgement, who explored the various funding options available…

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Navigating the way back to business

President Cyril Ramaphosa moved South Africa into lockdown level two, opening up most businesses and sections of the economy, albeit with strict Covid-19 protocols in place. The good news is that there is now some breathing room to try and make up for the lost time, sales and revenue. However,…

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Trucking company reaps the benefits of digitised Business Practices

The recent lockdown has placed even greater emphasis on the need for businesses to implement digital practises. Transfand, a truck sales, spares and repair company can attest to the importance of using technological advancements, having witnessed first-hand what digital practises can mean for business continuity and survival. When Transfand entered…

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Taking investment in accountants beyond spreadsheets

EasyBiz recognises that building relationships is the key to long term success The urgency of digital transformation and rapid advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) have increased the need to revisit and revise business strategies and relationships with clients. Businesses need to analyse whether their internal systems are still relevant for…

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COVID-19 and the case for diversification

Diversification has emerged as a key business strategy to help small to medium enterprises (SMEs) negotiate the Covid-19 pandemic and find ways to survive, innovate and even thrive. The pandemic has seen many SMEs find new markets for their products or introduce new products or services to their existing offerings.…

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Empowering SMEs to emerge stronger from the lockdown

The Covid-19 pandemic and nationwide lockdown has placed immense strain on businesses of all sizes. Many businesses need some kind of financial relief just to keep their doors open and staff employed, while others have retrenched workers or even worse, shut shop completely.The knock-on effects are huge, and the broader…

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