Budget 2018: 10 Tax increases you need to be aware of
Danielle van Wyk

As predicted the 2018 Budget speech presented by minister of finance Malusi Gigaba today, included tax proposals that will see you paying more for items like alcohol, tobacco, fuel, plastic bags and even cosmetics this year. This, in the aid of generating an additional R36 billion in tax revenue.

3 Top personal finance apps for you to try
Danielle van Wyk

Thanks to technology we are able to track practically everything at the click of a button. This includes our heart rate, our social connections, our Uber rides, even our spending! In the vein of the upcoming Budget Speech we thought we’d take a look at some of the top personal finance apps on the market to help you track your budget.

What does the #ZumaExit mean for the country?
Danielle van Wyk

Wednesday night marked the end of an era as former President Jacob Zuma publicly announced his resignation. While the nation for the most part has welcomed this change, it has left many with questions about what happens now.

Understanding income tax as a freelancer
Isabelle Coetzee

Working for yourself certainly seems appealing. But, unlike those working for a company, you will have the added responsibility of taking care of your income tax.



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Why is the budget speech important?

Every year in February, after the State of the Nation Address, the finance minister presents the budget speech. Steven Nathan, CEO of 10X Investments, explains why the budget speech is important to all South Africans.

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