Sharing

Facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedinFacebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedin

Ascor® News Blog for advice, knowledge and insight on current Financial news!

We encourage you to follow us or share our publications, we do appreciate your support!

Follow Us

Facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedinFacebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedin

Offshore property investment as an asset Part 2

Share this!  Click the left top play button to select: New Retirement thinking – Sept 2018 part 2   Click the left top play button to select: New Retirement thinking – Sept 2018 part 2 Offshore property investment as an asset Part 2 Listen to part 2 of the fascinating discussion about offshore property investment

Offshore property investment as an asset

Share this!  Click the left top play button to select: New Retirement thinking – Sept 2018 part 1   Click the left top play button to select: New Retirement thinking – Sept 2018 part 1 Offshore property investment as an asset Part 1 Should you add offshore property as an asset class to your investment

Tax season 2018 has started

Share this!Tax season 2018 has started What do I need to know as a provisional and non-provisional taxpayer? By  Martin de Kock – Ascor® Independent Wealth Managers The 2018 tax season for individual taxpayers commenced on July 1. The South African Revenue Service (Sars) surprised taxpayers by bringing the deadline for tax submissions for non-provisional individual taxpayers

Ways to maintain your income when you can’t work

Share this!Ways to maintain your income when you can’t work Income-protection disability cover that pays a monthly income is the best match to replace your income and should include temporary disability cover 19 AUGUST 2018 – 00:00 CHARLENE STEENKAMP   A staggering 70% of South Africans will, in their lifetime, have a disability that will prevent

Dalk is jy nie so ‘n goeie belegger nie

Share this!Dalk is jy nie so ‘n goeie belegger nie Deur Wouter Fourie in Rapport Wat is jou beleggings persoonlikheid? Is jy skrikkerig vir verandering en dus hou jy té lank aan ‘n belegging vas, selfs al verloor jy geld? Of is jy, soos meeste van ons ’n tropdier, wat agter die nuutste en “warmste”