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3 days ago
#Budget2017: Eyes on solution to R28bn shortfall
#Budget2017: Eyes on solution to R28bn shortfall
Budget

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s likely steps to finance a potential tax shortfall of R28 billion in the 2017/18 fiscal ...

3 days ago
#Budget2017: Gordhan to target taxes
#Budget2017: Gordhan to target taxes
Budget

South Africa’s Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is likely to target income, alcohol and tobacco taxes in his February 22 budget.

5 days ago
How credit insurance regulations benefit you
How credit insurance regulations benefit you

The new regulations will, among other things, cap the cost of credit life cover.

5 days ago
Fraud bureau judgment ‘a threat to credit market’
Fraud bureau judgment ‘a threat to credit market’

You could end up paying more for credit if the South African Fraud Prevention Services (SAFPS) loses its battle with the ...

5 days ago
New pension product has ‘best of investing and an income for life’
New pension product has ‘best of investing and an income for life’

Retirees who take out a Sygnia living annuity will soon be able to choose a fund that guarantees an income for life while ...

5 days ago
Managing your finances in a changing world
Managing your finances in a changing world

It’s important to know when to react immediately to a change that affects your finances and when to take a deep breath and proceed more cautiously.

5 days ago
Victory for flat-owner in CSOS's first adjudication ruling
Victory for flat-owner in CSOS's first adjudication ruling

The Community Schemes Ombud Service orders body corporate to repair an owner's flat and reimburse her for over-billing.

5 days ago
Multi-asset funds still attract most unit trust money
Multi-asset funds still attract most unit trust money

Collective investments such as unit trust funds attracted inflows of R166 billion in 2016, pushing assets under management to over R2 trillion

6 days ago
#Budget2017: Why Treasury should hike VAT
#Budget2017: Why Treasury should hike VAT
Opinion

It is no secret that Treasury is under substantial pressure to find a way of bringing in funds, says Tertius Troost, tax consultant for Mazars.