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Accounting Technician [AT(SA)], Associate General Accountant [AGA(SA)] and Chartered Accountant [CA(SA)].

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INFLUENCE: MAKING REPORTING PROFITABLE

For companies to take integrated reporting seriously, these must deliver proper returns, as much as any other product or service. The new Sustainable Value Matrix is just one means of extracting genuine value from your integrated report, writes Clive Lotter A regular gripe among those responsible for preparing integrated reports is that these waste management…

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INFLUENCE: MAKE YOURSELF INDISPENSABLE

Although it’s true that no one is truly irreplaceable, it is possible to become a star employee that colleagues admire, competitors desire and employers would fight to keep. By Niteske Marshall You’re good at your job, your manager loves you and you feel you make an enormously positive contribution to the company – great! But…

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INFLUENCE: BETTER HR DECISIONS WITH DATA AND ANALYTICS

An International report reveals that 82% of organisations expect to begin or increase the use of analytics in the HR function in the next three years, with a modest increase over 2012, but doubts remain about HR’s strategic value. By Nhlamu Dlomu and Mark Spears All organisations, whether large or small, gather data about their…

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INFLUENCE: GROWING YOUR OWN TIMBER

How do we streamline financial management at municipal level so that we address the problem of qualified audits? We simple answer is to provide chartered accountants to serve these municipalities  – to grow one’s own timber so to speak. By Yuven Gounden When the then KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Finance, Ina Cronjé, entered into a partnership…

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VIEWPOINT: INCOME PROTECTION

This article is the fifth in a series of six that explore common mistakes that can negatively impact on one’s personal financial situation. MISTAKE NUMBER 5: NOT HAVING INCOME PROTECTION COVER One of the common misperceptions among professionals about insurance cover is that a comprehensive medical scheme will be enough to meet their needs should…

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VIEWPOINT: GUESS RIGHT RATIO

It seems the typical South African unit trust investor, like Bill Murray’s character in Groundhog Day, is condemned to underperform the market year after year. According to DALBAR 2014, in general, investors make money when the ‘guess right ratio’ exceeds 50%. Following on last month’s overview of the 2014 DALBAR’s Quantitative Analysis of Investor Behavior…

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