Running a business from home is a convenient choice for many entrepreneurs. It gives you flexibility and precious family time and helps to keep overheads low.
Each year, thousands of people lose millions of rands in investment scams.
There is more than sufficient funding for business in South Africa
With the South African economy struggling to grow and many companies tightening their budgets, it is very easy to fall into the trap of choosing price over quality when making purchase decisions.
One thing to look out for when you’re signing for any kind of credit - retail store cards, credit cards, personal loans, vehicle finance and home loans - is credit life insurance.
The “rent to own” option of purchasing items has gained strength in South Africa over recent years, and allows us the option to purchase these much-needed items in spite of being short of cash.
Townships now boast significant developments and the building of malls and shopping centres also boosts the market.
You may think you need a lot of money to start investing on the JSE, but even if you start small your money can grow over time.
You can consciously control the amount of electric light you use, which can reduce your energy bill quite a lot.
Cash is king, but just as there are good kings and bad kings, there good and bad ways of managing cash flow, the life-blood of your business. Get on the king's good side by applying the following best practices