New Business Services

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Woman in Charge: Being part of a white collar environment My wife, Gloria – a member of my Close Corporation, and I have decided to rebirth the various business services in our company. We have been successfully servicing the Business Community in various sectors as Outsourced Business Services Specialists., in Gauteng since 2004 and will now be offering this service,  in Nelspruit  Mpumalanga and the immediate  20 km surrounds based in White River,  as from 1st August 2018 We are Practising Members of the following Organisations and Professional Bodies. New User RegistrationChoose a Username*First Name*Last Name*Address 1City*State*Zip*Country*Day PhoneEmail*Input the code:*Required field CSSA (FCIS), SAIT (Tax Associate), AQL BUSINESS REVIEW, Get Free review Now. IIB, SAIPA, SARS TAX PRACTITIONER, CIPC PRACTITIONER, CIBM (FCIBM), New Business Services We can carry out the services on your premises or ours, depending on your requirements. Many times our clients prefer to use our premises for example when we run their payroll monthly as the confidentiality increases substantially. The list of services is shown below and should you have any queries please contact us so we can give you a call to make an appointment. Many times we can finalize on the telephone. Many of our (more…)

About us

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We have provided a Complete Company Profile 2018 on our About us page which we trust will influence you to contact us to discuss your Business needs. The MJF GROUP.   The MJF GROUP provides Business Advisory Services and Support to the CEO, under the banner of the MJF Group (Business Support to the CEO). The members of Our Group solve problems which CEO’s are experiencing across a range of demanding and complex disciplines and industry sectors. We bring a unique, cross-disciplinary approach to clients’ challenges, ensuring the right balance of ability and real-world experience, this includes; strategy, marketing, sales, business planning, accounting services and funding applications, health information management, organisational ability, executive talent development and performance and digital strategy. About us.   Who We are. Company Expansion South Africa. A Sole proprietary business was started by Dr M J Freestone in 2004. It included a JV with an accounting service business called Riverstone Accounting Payroll and Statutory Services (RAPSS). By end 2016 RAPSS services were brought under the banner of The MJF Group. Australia. In 2014 the sole proprietor, which by now was a Group of companies, added to its list of professional services by opening an Australian Branch, incorporating (more…)

What is EVA? Definition

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What is EVA? Definition Economic Value Added (EVA) is a financial performance method to calculate the true economic profit of a corporation. EVA can be calculated as Net Operating Profit After Tax minus a charge for the opportunity cost of the capital invested. EVA ( © / ™ Stern Stewart & Co.) is an estimate of the amount that earnings differ from the required minimum rate of return (against comparable risk) for shareholders or lenders. The difference can be both a surplus or a shortage. EVA compared with MVA Unlike Market-based measurements, such as MVA, EVA can be calculated for a divisional (Strategic Business Unit) level. Unlike Equities measurements, EVA is a flow and can be used for performance evaluation over time. EVA compared with EBIT and EPS Unlike accounting profit, such as EBIT, Net Income and EPS, EVA is economic and is based on the idea that a company must cover both the operating costs AND the capital costs. Calculation of EVA. Formula The basic formula for calculating EVA is:       Net Sales –     Operating Expenses ——————————————————       Operating Profit (EBIT) –     Taxes ——————————————————       Net Operating Profit After Tax (NOPAT) –     Capital Charges (Invested Capital x Cost of (more…)

BSC Designer

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Use the reasonably priced BSC Designer to Create Professional Scorecard with an Online Wizard Answer simple questions – build a professional strategy map in 6 minutes. Designing a strategy scorecard for the first time might be complicated. With a new Strategy Scorecard Wizard, one can create a balanced scorecard by following a few simple steps. The whole process is intuitive and doesn’t require any special expertise. The wizard will ask about your: • Business goals, • Performance metrics, • Initiatives and will compile them together on the scorecard. In the end, you will be able to save the results of the Wizard into your account at webbsc.com, or create a new one. Once the balanced scorecard is in your account, you can customize it further according to your needs, export to an Excel spreadsheet, or export strategy map as a picture. Learn more about Strategy Map Wizard. BSC Designer If you need help with this, please contact us. Contact us Now for a special offer Contact Us [contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"] Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterGoogleSkypeLike this:Like Loading... (more…)

Define the Problem

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How You Define the Problem Determines Whether You Solve It. These brief descriptions of these innovations all focus primarily on the novel solution. The problem they solve seems obvious. Typical stories of creativity and invention focus on finding novel ways to solve problems. James Dyson found a way to adapt the industrial cyclone to eliminate the bag in a vacuum cleaner. Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque developed cubism as a technique for including several views of a scene in the same painting. The desktop operating system developed at Xerox PARC replaced computer commands with a spatial user interface.   But framing innovations in this way makes creativity seem like a mystery. How could so many people have missed the solution to the problem for so long? And how in the world did the first person come up with that solution at all? In fact, most people who come up with creative solutions to problems rely on a relatively straightforward method: finding a solution inside the collective memory of the people working on the problem. That is, someone working to solve the problem knows something that will help them find a solution — they just haven’t realized yet that they know (more…)