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Values

  • we believe our clients are our greatest asset.
  • we will meet the needs of our employees by providing security and opportunity to those employees willing and able to meet the increasing demands of the evolving marketplace.
  • we believe that our customers should always be treated in the same manner that we would want to be treated.
  • we will meet the needs of our customers by providing them the security, products and services they expect.
  • we believe the service we provide is critical to our customers and the well being of our clientele.
  • we believe that earning a profit is good and contributes to the financial security we provide to our customers.
  • we believe in having fun.

 

How to Use Your Tax Refund Wisely – Invest, Don’t Spend!

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Often times, people do not include their tax refund in their budget as they are not sure how much it is going to be, or if they will be receiving a refund at all. Therefore, it’s important that you know how to use your tax refund wisely so that you can improve your overall financial portfolio rather than spending on things you don’t need.

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Posted by Gary Walker on Wednesday, July 28, 2021 Views: 8


Donations Tax in South Africa & Parents Donating Assets or Capital to Their Children

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Many of our baby boomer clients are now considering making donations to their children in the form of property or capital for a deposit on a property. Although this is noble, parents must take into account the rules of donations tax in such situations. In this article, we will look into donations tax and what it means for parents who are helping their children purchase property.

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Posted by Gary Walker on Thursday, July 15, 2021 Views: 44


Everything You Need to Know About Capital Gains Tax in South Africa

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Capital gains tax forms part of income tax and is triggered when you make a profit from selling an asset that you own. The amount of tax payable is calculated according to the profit you made in the sale and not the total amount you sold the asset for.

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Posted by Gary Walker on Wednesday, June 30, 2021 Views: 114