19Feb2020

Navigating insurance minefields in 2020

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2019 was a difficult year for transporters in terms of political, economic and legislative upheavals in South Africa. Very few operators would have started the new year without bearing the scars of 2019. For those who survived, well done. For those that didn’t, you are not alone.   The purpose of this article, is to
19Feb2020

A new way to insure an old car

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It turns heads. It’s your best drive. It’s a work of art. Whatever your reason for owning a classic car or motorbike, you know that when it comes to cover, your need a policy as unique as your collection.   Classic cars are more than simply cars and the people who drive them aren’t everyday
19Feb2020

Be smart and save with an RA!

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With the end of the 2019/20 tax year looming, now is the time to boost your savings by investing in a Retirement Annuity (RA) before February 28, 2020.   Investing in an RA not only helps to reduce your taxable income, but also ensures that you do not miss out on tax benefits that may
31Oct2019

Dividends 2.0: The basics in dividends

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We’ve decided to go back to basics and reintroduce dividends in a two-part series, where we will be sharing what we believe you need to know about dividends and understanding the components in passive income.   What are dividends, how do you earn them and what can you do with them?   They are payments
31Oct2019

How to support a loved one with breast cancer

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About one in 27 women in South Africa are at risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, making it the second most common cancer in women of all races, aside from non-melanoma skin cancer. The good news, however, is that advancing early detection methods are helping more and more women discover it

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