If you're approaching retirement, it's likely this question is keeping you up at night.
It doesn't really matter if you're wealthy, comfortable or just making ends meet. When you get to retirement age the world changes.
In the course of my life I've worked with high-flying executives living what can only be described as “the dream”. Owners of multiple businesses, in multiple countries.... ››› more
Yesterday at the National Assembly, finance minister Nhlanhla Nene said that rumours the government was going to nationalise retirement savings were untrue.
This comes as reports suggest some employees are cashing out of their retirement funds as they fear their money is at risk.
Let's take a closer look at what's going on…
What are the plans of the government’s retirement fund ref... ››› more
Depending at what stage you are in your life will determine how you should be preparing for retirement. If you're aged between thirty and fifty, it's time to take that retirement nest egg by the horns. Read on to find out what you can do to save for your retirement…
When you’re aged between 30 and 40, no doubt you’re facing the demands of children and paying off a mortgage.
Put 10% extr... ››› more
The Treasury released its final discussion paper today from a series of five it's published about retirement reform. This latest paper looks at the charges and costs associated with retirement funds. Let's have a closer look at what the Treasury covered…
In the last of the National Treasury’s retirement industry series, today it released its discussion paper called Charges in South African R... ››› more
New Tax Amendment Bills were published yesterday. These come after Finance Minister Pravan Gordham's 2013 budget speech earlier this year. And while the Treasure hasn't dealt with all issues yet, here's what South African tax payers need to know about the new bill…
Yesterday the Treasury released its Taxation Laws Amendment Bill and the Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill. This “draft leg... ››› more
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