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Navigating the thriving and thrifty thirties

By Danielle van Wyk

Reaching the big 30 is typically the age at which young professionals are expected to have made their mark.  It is also the ideal time to do some serious introspection and restructure your finances. 

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Genuine Tax Errors: Don’t give SARS a reason to hunt you this tax season

By Isabelle Coetzee

Sometimes tax season can feel like hunting season – especially when it’s your first time filing taxes and you are still trying to make sense of what an “ITR12” is. Justmoney got in touch with two tax specialists to find out more about common mistakes first-time tax filers make, and how to avoid them.

Genuine Tax Errors: Don’t give SARS a reason to hunt you this tax season
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How can private healthcare be anticompetitive?

By Isabelle Coetzee

Competition among medical aid providers is neither as vigorous nor as effective as it could be, said former chief justice, Sandile Ngcobo, during the presentation of the Health Market Inquiry (HMI).

How can private healthcare be anticompetitive?
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IEC set to launch new devices to rectify voters’ roll

By Athenkosi Sawutana

New voter registration devices are on the cards, said Tumi Sethoba, spokesperson of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC).  This after the Constitutional Court ordered the commission to rectify the voters’ roll after voters’ addresses were found missing. 

 

IEC set to launch new devices to rectify voters’ roll
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Tax Returns: Should you be paying to get it done or do your own?

By Danielle van Wyk

1 July marked the official opening of Tax Season 2018. If you’re a first-time tax filer this may seem daunting - from which paperwork to fill out, to submission dates and accompanying documentation. For this reason, many people opt to make use of tax services to file their returns at a service charge. While the argument may be that they’re paying for convenience, is it really worth the extra fee? 

Tax Returns: Should you be paying to get it done or do your own?
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The impact of Zimbabwe – and other countries - adopting the rand

By Isabelle Coetzee

The leading opposition party in Zimbabwe, the MDC Alliance, announced in its manifesto that, if elected, it will adopt the rand as legal tender. But what are the economic and political consequences of more countries adopting the rand? And what impact will this have on South Africa? 

The impact of Zimbabwe – and other countries - adopting the rand
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Lightning and load shedding can damage household appliances

By Isabelle Coetzee

South African households are vulnerable to sporadic power surges, predominantly because of lightning strikes and power cuts.

Lightning and load shedding can damage household appliances
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Blow to rand softened by ‘Ramaphoria’

By Isabelle Coetzee

The growth of the US dollar in April was a blow to the rand – but one that has been cushioned by political changes. The rand strengthened in December last year with the election of Cyril Ramaphosa as the leader of the African National Congress (ANC). 

Blow to rand softened by ‘Ramaphoria’
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