Our Executive Chairman, Tumeka Matshoba-Ramuedzisi, speaks to Tumisang Ndlova on her podcast Power Business.
Have you made a profit but the actual funds in your bank account suggests
Your cash flow could have a Timing problem.
Tumeka Matshoba-Ramuedzisi answers this frequently asked question and provides a solution to ensure that your profit expectations match the reality of your bank balance. Does your business have a Timing problem? Contact us we're here to help you get on track.
Denga Ramuedzisi is a registered Business Rescue Practitioner and member of the SAICA CA(SA) Business Rescue Interest Group. On an interview on SABC News, Denga spoke about what it means for a business to be under financial distress and how that may mean that you should consider Business Rescue. Watch the full interview here. If you require any assistance with Business Rescue, email email@example.com or head to contact us and fill out the form.
Our Executive Chairman, Tumeka Matshoba-Ramuedzisi featured as part of the
Forum discussion on addressing the challenges that black trainee accountants
In this clip, Tumeka talks about the APC (Assessment of Professional Competence), the role of SAICA CA(SA) accredited training firms and the rate of transformation within the accounting industry.
Our Audit and Assurance Director, Denga Ramuedzisi, was part of an expert
panel at the South
Africa in Economic Turmoil webinar hosted by Chartall Business College in
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"RAS offer their clients a full financial management function at a fraction of the cost of a full-time FM/CFO with the benefit of having access to a wide range of expertise from investment banking, capital raising, audit experience & internal controls."
A research paper on taxes with a particular reference to the two regulatory authorities of the new twin peaks regulatory system.
As a business that also operates in the SMME space, Ramuedzisi understands and empathizes with those businesses that are experiencing the trying times due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant measures put in place by regulators. There is the need to secure funding to not only survive through this lockdown period and beyond, but also to ensure you keep as many people employed as possible.
"The first thing you do as a Business Rescue Practitioner is for you to get an understanding of what is going on in the business. You have to know how the company makes money and where the company spends money, who it owes and what it owes. Basically, the fundamental is that you are trying to reorganize that to basically say how I can make sure that what the company is generating, it is able to pay its debt and support the operations going forward.""
Tumeka Matshoba-Ramuedzisi, a business executive and co-owner of Ramuedzisi Chartered Accountants and Auditors breaks down some of the biggest headlines dominating the financial sector and how they impact your life.