Do you have to make use of a Business Broker? - Yes, No ...or WHY?
Once you decide to sell your business, the first question that will come up, is:
“How do you go about it?”
THREE QUICK QUESTIONS:
- What and how will you tell your employees?
…they will have to know about your plans sooner or later.
- How will you protect the intellectual capital of your business?
…even your opposition might get hold of your business information if not careful.
- How will you assess the purchasing ability of prospective buyers?
…do you have time to waste with time wasters?
Real Estate an Asset Class in my Investment Portfolio ... ??
Have you ever thought of your property as part of your investment portfolio? The good news is that it is one of the best asset classes to include in your estate as part of your assets.
When compared to the inflation rate, property growth has over time outperformed inflation, leading to positive real return figures. This makes property a necessary and an attractive asset class when making investments and building an estate.
Property has the advantage...
Ever wondered: What happens to my Assets after Death?
Shapiro said that everyone dies with a will, you either make your own will, or the law makes it for you under the rules of intestate succession ……
Do you really understand the importance of having a valid will and what the consequences are if you do not have a valid will? We are trying to give an overview, by means of answering the most commonly asked questions.
What is BEE and how does it affect business in South Africa?
Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) is a racially selective program implemented by the South African government whereby business participation by Whites in South Africa is being limited.
Legislation is implemented to redress the inequalities in the business sector brought about by the previous Apartheid System. The progressive implementation of the BEE System renders economic and employment privileges to previous disadvantaged groups, namely Blacks, Coloureds, Indians, and Chinese that are citizens of South Africa.
The BEE system gradually transfers employment and business opportunities to previously disadvantaged groups.