Economist Dawie Roodt takes the typical neoliberal line on Crypto Currencies. This would be the expected response of an economist who's salary depends on pleasing his big business bosses.
Dawie, Crypto Currencies are not some parochial kids idea, they stand somewhere between a new internet protocol and a digital pitch fork revolution.…Continue
Open source software offers Governments the opportunities to build the knowledge economy and built it inclusively.
The World Economic Forum roadshow is back in town again. Economic experts on sponsored trips with generous expense accounts check into the beach front hotels amid fan fair and flashing cameras. They are offering us more advice than President Trump gets. Exotic terms like “inclusi…Continue
If you would like to get the maximum out of TurboCASH Accounting and your Windows 10 PC, sign on for the TurboCASH 5 subscription at $60 per year. The new version makes it a whole lot easier to run a paperless office using PDF filing, Accounting Made Easy is included. Spend a few hours on improving your understanding of finance this month and start the new year with a boost.Continue
Added by Philip Copeman on December 7, 2016 at 0:04 — No Comments
Unless you have been under a rock for the last 6 months, you must have followed how President Elect Donald Trump avoided income tax over the last few years. He did this by using Depreciation!
Its all legal of course and most Governments offer you this…Continue
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1) Download Version 4 for free. Choose links below.
2) Download Version 5 for free. Choose links below.
3) Join the …Continue
24 June 2016
England, today I am proud to call you my second team, a Nation of shopkeepers who never cease to astound the world. Brexit is a revolution!
The 1% threw everything that they could at you : world leaders, hedge fund managers, celebrities, industrialists and even priests. The 1% (OK me excluded) will…Continue
There is no lack of employment for youth, only a lack of candidates. We can't employ youth because the candidates can't do what we want. We want open source developers. We have immediate openings for 50,000 developers
I live in Cape Town, South Africa, a second world country with a youth unemployment rate of 50%, depending on how you…Continue
Added by Philip Copeman on June 9, 2016 at 15:30 — No Comments
Things have changed since we wrote the first version of TurboCASH in 1984, but our quirky file system has hung with us. When we began disk space was at a premium. Its now a lot easier. Here is a quick brute force way to make backups.
Every set of books is in its own directory under…Continue
Thank you to Western Cape Government and Nedbank for a great morning. It is always fun to rub shoulders with the 1%. Targeting innovation is a excellent theme. As a footsoldier for the open source movement, I have found that there is no better methodology for…Continue
Added by Philip Copeman on September 5, 2013 at 9:30 — No Comments
In a recent survey of 20 international accounting programs by Technology Personalised, TurboCASH came out on top. This is a good moment to ask the question : how is it possible to deliver a high quality accounting product free?
We are after all just like any other business, in that we use developers and marketers that have homes, grocery bills and schools fees to meet.…
Added by Philip Copeman on April 1, 2013 at 9:35 — No Comments
For 10 years we have given TurboCASH away for free. We are mulling over making a small annual charge.
This is still a classic . An oldie but goodie
tax system explained in beer
Suppose that once a week, ten men go out for beer and the bill for all
ten comes to £100.
If they paid their bill the way we pay our taxes, it would go something
The first four men (the poorest)…
As the Project Leader of TurboCASH Accounting I am always looking for ways to improve the working business lives of our 100 000 small businesses users and the million people that have downlaod TurboCASH. I t was a breakthrough for me when Rudi Kruger,…Continue
Added by Philip Copeman on January 31, 2013 at 12:00 — No Comments