Monthly Archives: March 2018

DIE RISIKO’S OM SONDER ‘N TESTAMENT TE STERWE TE KOM

Die gevare en risiko’s en die gevolglike probleme wat ontstaan indien u sonder ‘n geldige Testament, m.a.w. Intestaat, te sterwe kom, is beslis nie beperk tot die voorbeelde wat hier gelys word nie, maar hierdie is van die algemeenste situasies … Continue reading

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HOW WILL THE 2018/2019 AFFECT YOU, THE INDIVIDUAL?

The 2018 Budget was sure to be a delicate balancing act between the much needed tax hikes (whatever the reasons that got us onto this precarious economic precipice, the fact is that the situation is what it is) and adequate … Continue reading

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VAT INCREASE TO KICK IN ON APRIL 1

During his maiden budget speech, (former) Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba made the expected announcement that the value-added tax (VAT) rate will increase to 15% from April 1. This is the first increase in the VAT rate since April 1993 and … Continue reading

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HOW TO PRACTISE GOOD BUSINESS

The Gupta saga and ethical indiscretions at Steinhoff, McKinsey and KPMG have most recently shone the spotlight on unethical business practises in South Africa. This is not a uniquely South African problem, the world is plagued by scandals of corruption … Continue reading

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