Monthly Archives: September 2013

Urgent energy realities for the average commercial consumer – the time to act is now!

Since 2008, electricity and petroleum fuel prices have radically increased. The graph below shows how prices for commercial users have gone up by a factor of 400% or 4 fold! Similarly over the past 5 years the reliability of energy … Continue reading

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Discontinuation of Debit Pull Transactions on eFiling

Dear Taxpayer Since 2009 SARS has been modernising payment and accounting processes with the aim of empowering taxpayers to manage their financial responsibilities more independently, effectively and efficiently. Starting 4 September 2013, debit pull transactions on eFiling will be phased … Continue reading

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Retirement 101: How proposed legislation will change the landscape

We have looked at various aspects of retirement planning and it is important we look at how the Government intends altering the retirement industry from 2015. The proposals will affect all your planning so take them into account now. The … Continue reading

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Labour broking: Is it dead or alive?

In recent times there has been much debate as to the future of labour broking. The unions want to see it banned and sections of Government have been sympathetic to union arguments. Legislation, hostile to business broking, has just been … Continue reading

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