South Africa’s sovereign debt downgrade and its implications

by Staff Writer | Apr 13, 2017

South Africa finds itself in the grip of a full-blown political crisis. In times like this, cool heads prevail and well-considered plan Bs are...

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British expats to take on 25% tax on pension transfers

by Staff Writer | Mar 23, 2017

Britons living outside of the UK will now face a hefty tax when transferring their pensions outside of the UK as HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) h...

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Our guide to getting your retirement savings out of South Africa

by Tim Powell | Mar 8, 2017

We’ve put together a handy flowchart to help you work out how you can best move your retirement savings out of South Africa. There are many wa...

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Don’t get duped! The ultimate guide to tax refunds scams in the UK

by Staff Writer | Jan 16, 2017

Whether it’s a bogus email or a fake phone call, scammers have more than a few tricks up their sleeves to get their hands on your personal det...

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How the Dollar became the world’s currency

by Staff Writer | Dec 14, 2016

For decades, the US Dollar has been the backbone of the world's reserve currency system. The relative strength and stability of the US economy...

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Auto enrolment: Don’t slip up in the mad rush to get compliant

by Staff Writer | Nov 7, 2016

The Pensions Regulator is cracking the whip when it comes to small business and auto enrolment and thousands of businesses are finding that th...

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