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When it comes to managing your finances effectively, having a clear plan and accurate predictions are essential.

Trend analysis is a financial analysis technique that involves examining data over a period of time to identify patterns, tendencies, and changes in key financial indicators.

Ratio analysis is a financial analysis technique used to evaluate the performance, profitability, and financial health of a company.

Financial management is a critical element for businesses in South Africa, enabling them to effectively track, analyze, and plan their financial activities.

Profitability ratios are financial metrics that assess a company's ability to generate profits relative to its sales, assets, and equity.

An overhead expense refers to the ongoing costs that are incurred by a business to support its operations and maintain its infrastructure.

Expense structures, also known as cost structures, refer to the composition and categorization of a company's expenses.

Cash flow refers to the movement of cash into and out of a business over a specific period, typically a month, quarter, or year.

Liabilities, in the context of financial accounting, refer to the obligations or debts owed by a business entity to external parties as a result of past transactions or events.