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On Mortality and business: Ideas to help business continuity

Posted by The Blog Administrator on Friday, November 14, 2014, In : business continuity 

There is a hotel in Japan — Hoshi Ryokan — that has been run by the same family for approximately 1,300 years. Forty six generations have managed to maintain control of the business. Until 2010, the Guinness book of records considered it the oldest hotel in the world. In 2011 the title passed to another hotel in Japan, that had been founded in 705 AD compared to Hoshi’s 718 AD.

In Uganda, as most businesses are family businesses, a large number fail, including on death of the patriarc...

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Tough talk: Just pay the $%$$ taxes

Posted by The Blog Administrator on Sunday, August 11, 2013, In : tax 
I'm pretty pissed off. A friend woke me up on Saturday morning seeking tax advice. But what he really wanted was advice to ensure he doesn't pay a cent in taxes!

This article provides a “tongue in cheek” look at the culture of tax non compliance in Uganda and provides a few options on how to deal with tax planning in ways which can save the business the “head ache” of having to deal with “Caesar the taxman”.

It also provides insights into changes in the global economy that might sh...
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