Philip Copeman
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Who are you?
Project Leader of TurboCASH Accounting
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www.turbocash.net
Skype philipdc
www.twitter.com/philipdc
philip@pinksoft.co.za

TurboCASH Accounting is the worlds leading open source accounting package for SMEs. Our project leader is based in the Cape, but we now have 100 000 users over 80 countries. The software is translated into over 25 languages.

You can participate as a user, consultant, developer or marketing ambassador. The project works 24/7 and you can always be assured of a timeous response from members worldwide.

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Independent leaders make Cloud offering for Accounting

San Fransisco, 26 October 2009: GoPC.net the world's leading independent provider of Cloud Computing and Cape based TurboCASH Accounting, the world's leading Open Source Accounting package for small business have jumped in ahead of industry giants and announced the first entry level Accounting SaaS solution for Cloud computing.



Graeme Speak, CEO/Founder of GoPC.net made the announcement, “The roll out with…
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Posted on October 29, 2009 at 9:30

South Africa already has the best IT tax investment incentives in the World

“South Africa already has the best IT tax investment incentives in the World.” This is the opinion of Philip Copeman, Project leader of the TurboCASH Accounting project. Copeman is responding to the call by Johan Rupert and Vinny Lingham of the Silicon Cape initiative for a tax-free zone. “It is not a change of tax legislation that we require, but a change of attitude”, said Copeman.



“Section 11(D) of the Act makes for a provision of 150% write off on software development expenditure… Continue

Posted on October 16, 2009 at 0:58 — 12 Comments

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At 16:57 on October 13, 2009, Richard Lackey said…
Hi Philip,

Nice! Thanks for joining, I was beginning to think there was no one out there. I'll get back to you tomorrow, I'm just about to leave the office but I wanted to connect now and say hi!
 
 
 

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