Hard choices for Budget 2020
Citadel Portfolio Manager Mike van der Westhuizen believes a strong Budget will come down to simple action and hard choices taken now for the long-term benefit of the country.
17 February 2020: “The main thing to look at, given that the Moody’s is watching closely, is the need ...Read More »
WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR LIFE SAVINGS, RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE POLICIES WHEN EMIGRATING
By Renier Hugo, Alexander Forbes Certified Financial Planner
With South Africans increasingly opting to live abroad, a hot topic is the issue of what to do with your life savings, retirement, and insurance policies when emigrating.
New legislation, coming into effect in March ...Read More »
Coronavirus and its effects on international trade and insurance
The deadly novel coronavirus outbreak (2019-CoV) has resulted in passenger and cargo ships being quarantined around the world, partial and complete travel bans to parts of China and shipping and airlines being unable or unwilling to deliver cargo to the contractual destination.
Malcolm Hartwell, ...Read More »
Political and environmental risks are the main threats facing businesses in 2020
As Coface launches the 2020 edition of its Country & Sector Risks Handbook, Chief Economist Julien Marcilly today presents the main threats for the global economy in 2020 at the Coface Country Risk Conference in Paris. The US-China trade agreement will not be enough to rekindle international trade
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COMPARING THE BENEFITS OF A TAX FREE SAVINGS ACCOUNT AND A RETIREMENT ANNUITY FUND
By Jaco Prinsloo, Certified Financial Planner at Alexander Forbes Financial Planning Consultants
The benefits of saving are well known, as are the tax benefits offered by tax-free savings accounts (TFSA) and retirement annuity funds (RA). But what is unclear is which savings vehicle is ...Read More »
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