There are just two certainties in life: Death and taxes. Unfortunately, these are also the two topics people find most unpleasant to think about.
For higher net worth individuals, understanding your taxes is almost as important as understanding investments. If you're a high income earner in South Africa, a return of 11% can be equal to one of 20% under the correct tax treatment.
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The PE ratio is a very popular ratio investor's use. But don't jump the gun! The PE ratio doesn't always reflect the true state of a company. Companies can manipulate earnings, so this affects the PE ratio. Read on to find out two reasons why the PE ratio can mislead you…
The PE ratio takes into account a company’s share price and its earnings, Phil Oakley explains in MoneyWeek.
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