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SA elections and property: buy now, sell later

SA elections and property: buy now, sell later

This year, almost half of the world's inhabitants will head to the polls to elect their new governments, including eight of the world’s 10 most populous countries. “In South Africa, we can expect our own election to put the property market into a...

Complaining made easier

Complaining made easier

The creation of the National Financial Ombud Scheme will make it much easier for consumers of various financial products to find redress. The financial industry has mechanisms for dispute resolution that consumers are often not aware of. These are...

Life cover fraud on the rise

Life cover fraud on the rise

Life cover fraud has been in the spotlight following the harrowing case of former policewoman Rosemary Ndlovu, who was sentenced to life in prison for orchestrating the murders of six family members between 2012 and 2018 to reap insurance payouts....

Taxes that will hit your pocket

Taxes that will hit your pocket

In his 2017 budget speech, finance minister Pravin Gordhan announced increased tax revenues of R28 billion, the bulk of which will come from increased personal income tax and higher dividend tax, avoiding the politically sensitive issue of an...

Less SLOW Lounge for FNB customers

Less SLOW Lounge for FNB customers

How many SLOW Lounge visits will you qualify for? My husband and I both travel frequently for work and the SLOW Lounge offers a little bit of respite from the general chaos and mayhem of airports, so we tend to maximise our usage most months. The...

Brexit: investors, don’t be spooked

Brexit: investors, don’t be spooked

Take comfort – this is not the global financial crisis, writes Fred White, Head of Balanced Funds, Sanlam Investment Management On Friday morning the British Pound declined by 12% between a midnight high of $1.50/GBP (when a victory for the “Stay”...

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