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Who is paying the most tax
Who is paying the most tax

The share of taxes paid by individuals in South Africa has been increasingly steadily over the past few years.

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Transfer duty threshold a boon for bottom-end buyers
Transfer duty threshold a boon for bottom-end buyers

This week's budget announcement that the transfer duty threshold will increase from R750 000 to R900 000 should make it easier ...

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Tax break on income earned while abroad may be scrapped
Tax break on income earned while abroad may be scrapped

The days of enjoying a tax-free income for working overseas for lengthy periods may soon come to an end.

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Govt reduces attachment orders for state workers
Govt reduces attachment orders for state workers

Government has "taken the lead" in investigated the legitimacy of more than 121 000 emoluments attachment orders.

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Gordhan is nudging us towards saving for the long term
Gordhan is nudging us towards saving for the long term

The finance minister is mindful of high debt and low savings levels, and signs indicate that he is trying to influence consumer behaviour.

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Investing with a conscience
Investing with a conscience

Investing taking into account environmental, social, governance and sustainability issues is gaining ground worldwide.

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Funds that invest responsibly
Funds that invest responsibly

There are a number of collective investment schemes open to "investors with a conscience".

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High-profile cases of corporate sin have boosted ESG awareness
High-profile cases of corporate sin have boosted ESG awareness

Globally, investing that takes into account environmental, social and governance factors has increased exponentially over the past decade.

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Victory for indebted consumer
Victory for indebted consumer

A domestic worker whose employer sought help from Personal Finance on her behalf has been relieved of her debt.