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Why Changing Funds May Not Be Wise

changing-fundsOur previous blog posts dealt with some of the practical implications of the 2012 Budget as far as South African investors are concerned. Having dealt with the issues of interest rate exemptions and changes in taxes on dividends and capital gains, We now move on to some practical advice for all South Africans who have equity investments: The fact that switching between funds is not normally a good investment strategy. Continue reading “Why Changing Funds May Not Be Wise”

Practical Implications of the 2012 Budget – Part 2

national budget implications 2012Our previous blog post dealt with two practical implications of the 2012 Budget, which aims to cut deficits by limiting spending and increasing government revenues through various forms of taxation. Having covered the issues of the interest rate exemption and tax thresholds, we discuss some more important implications of the Budget. Continue reading “Practical Implications of the 2012 Budget – Part 2”