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    You're never too old to get an Ancestry visa
    Feb 23, 2017  |  by John Dunn
  • Rand offshore investment
    The Rand is strong- so why aren't you buying property offshore?
    Feb 21, 2017  |  by Andrew Rissik
  • financial emigration
    Financial emigration: We answer all your questions
    Feb 21, 2017  |  by Lucy Smith
  • cyber fraud
    How to protect your business from common cases of cyber fraud in 2017
    Feb 14, 2017  |  by Saskia Johnston
  • south africa junk status
    Here’s what will happen if South Africa is downgraded to junk status
    Feb 09, 2017  |  by Anton Van Teylingen
  • UK flag bunting
    British citizenship law has changed: You could be eligible if you have family from Southern Rhodesia
    Jan 30, 2017  |  by Reg Bamford
  • choices field
    Ten things I wish I’d known when starting a business for the first time
    Jan 20, 2017  |  by Ashley Deakin
  • young man worried
    The Self Assessment tax return deadline is approaching: We can help
    Jan 17, 2017  |  by Kobus Van den Bergh
  • oxford university
    Send your child to a UK university
    Jan 12, 2017  |  by Gary Kockott
  • canary wharf
    5 reasons why it makes sense to be a contractor in the UK
    Dec 05, 2016  |  by Kobus Van den Bergh
 
 

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  • father and son smiling at each other while leaning on a motorbike

    You're never too old to get an Ancestry visa

    by John Dunn | Feb 23, 2017
    The Ancestry visa is one of the best visas for non-UK citizens that want to live and work in the UK. The great thing about this visa category is that most of the qualifying criteria are easier to satisfy compared to the other points-based visas. All you need is a grandparent who was born in the UK, it’s as simple as that. This means you can claim an Ancestry visa – no matter your age.
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  • Rand offshore investment

    The Rand is strong- so why aren't you buying property offshore?

    by Andrew Rissik | Feb 21, 2017
    Buying and owning a property offshore exposes owners to currency-related costs, especially when there is market volatility. Having some knowledge of the currency market may just help in avoiding getting into a situation where poor rates can affect what you can afford.
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  • financial emigration

    Financial emigration: We answer all your questions

    by Lucy Smith | Feb 21, 2017
    Many South Africans with retirement funds in South Africa often contact us asking how they can withdraw and transfer these funds offshore. Many wish to lessen the effects of Rand volatility, while others simply want to take their investments with them to their new home. Here are some of the most common questions we get asked about financial emigration.
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  • cyber fraud

    How to protect your business from common cases of cyber fraud in 2017

    by Saskia Johnston | Feb 14, 2017
    In today’s world, online versions of fraud are becoming more common. Small businesses must be careful not to fall victim to cyber thieves. In our business, we use cutting-edge technology, systems and compliance to try protect ourselves from potential cyber fraud. This is essential as the security of our clients’ funds are of paramount importance to us. However, there are many easy checks any small business can use to try and prevent any potential cases of cyber fraud.
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  • south africa junk status

    Here’s what will happen if South Africa is downgraded to junk status

    by Anton Van Teylingen | Feb 09, 2017
    South Africa’s sovereign credit rating is on the brink of being downgraded with all three major credit ratings agencies assigning our rating a negative outlook. In these torrid times a question I’m often asked is: What happens if South Africa gets downgraded? What follows below is what the effect of a downgrade would be on South Africa.
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  • UK flag bunting

    British citizenship law has changed: You could be eligible if you have family from Southern Rhodesia

    by Reg Bamford | Jan 30, 2017
    There have been some significant policy changes for those who have a grandfather born in the UK and a parent born in (what was then called) Southern Rhodesia. You may be able to claim British citizenship through these newly added routes.
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  • choices field

    Ten things I wish I’d known when starting a business for the first time

    by Ashley Deakin | Jan 20, 2017
    More and more people are choosing to start their own business every year. It’s a dream many of us have had. The promise of being your own boss and building a legacy that could potentially last for generations are great motivators. However, before you go charging off into that boss-less future, there are some things you should consider.
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  • young man worried

    The Self Assessment tax return deadline is approaching: We can help

    by Kobus Van den Bergh | Jan 17, 2017
    It’s that time of the year again, when certain individuals in the UK need to file their Self Assessment tax returns. You may have received a letter from HMRC reminding you that you need to do one. However, just because you’ve not received such a letter does not mean you aren’t required to submit a Self Assessment return.
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  • oxford university

    Send your child to a UK university

    by Gary Kockott | Jan 12, 2017
    Many South Africans are starting to look to the UK when planning for their children’s future. A big factor for many is the concern over the state of tertiary education in South Africa. While these worries are founded, you don’t have to uproot yourself and your family to provide your children with the chance to complete their studies in the UK.
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  • canary wharf

    5 reasons why it makes sense to be a contractor in the UK

    by Kobus Van den Bergh | Dec 05, 2016
    There are a whole host of benefits to being a contractor in the UK. The most obvious being that, when operating as a limited company, you stand to make substantial tax savings compared to normal employees. Below are a few reasons why we think the UK continues to be a great place to work as a contractor.
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