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Trading in bitcoin, ethereum? Sars wants its share

Share this! Trading in bitcoin, ethereum? SARS wants its share  Spare a thought for cryptocurrency traders. 10 April 2018 08:08   /  By  Wouter Fourie – Ascor® Independent Wealth Managers   Spare a thought for cryptocurrency traders. Not only has the value of coins such as bitcoin and ethereum been on a rollercoaster ride, but now the South African

South Africa’s tax chief suspended

Share this!South Africa’s tax chief suspended By Tom Carnegie, 20 Mar 2018   In a bid to boost investor confidence, South Africa’s new president Cyril Ramaphosa has suspended the head of the tax service after he refused to resign. Ramaphosa suspended Tom Moyane after he refused to voluntarily resign as commissioner of the South African Revenue Services

Budget 2018

Share this! The hole in your back pocket Budget 2018,  22 February 2018   The 2018/19 national budget was delivered by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba on 21 February.  This year the minister had to make some difficult decisions to address the country’s budget shortfall and to fund the proposed free higher education.   The harsh reality

Financial planning for child’s studies

Share this! Financial Planning for Child’s studies Martin de Kock   How do you best plan for your child’s studies? This is especially pertinent if you are planning to send him, her or them to university after school.   In this Afrikaans podcast, Ascor director and financial planning specialist Martin de Kock chats to Ingé

Make 2018 count 3 personal financial habits to get you on the right track

Share this! Make 2018 count – three personal financial habits to get you on the right track By Martin de Kock   Nothing makes you realise that you are at the end of the year quite like seeing the first Christmas decorations in your local supermarket. Soon, the lucky ones will head to their holiday