Entries by Tamaryn

Self adjusting ETFs

One of the beauties of ETFs is that change adapting to changes in the investing world and here’s a great example of this happening. The post Self adjusting ETFs appeared first on Just One Lap.

Gerald on SAFM: Financial Planning for Special Needs Children

Are you or your family caring for a special needs child? Gerald and Fifi Peter’s discuss the challenges and planning needs for such a child. — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gerald-chemunorwa-mwandia/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gerald-chemunorwa-mwandia/support

Tax Tuesday: Tax considerations for health practitioners

This month we look at tax deductions that might apply for health practitioners in smaller practices. There are various deductions allowed, however we cannot emphasise enough: If SARS comes knocking at your door questioning an expense, you need to ensure that you have sufficient documentation to prove the expense. The post Tax Tuesday: Tax considerations […]

Being rich vs being wealthy

In his book The Psychology of Money, Morgan Housel writes about the difference between being rich and being wealthy. He defines riches as an income you earn, because that allows you to take on the debt to buy the R800 000 car. Wealth on the other hand is an income not spent, debt not taken, cars […]

SMEs affected by looting can negotiate with SARS

Jashwin Baijoo, Legal Manager: Africa Tax and Compliance at Tax Consulting SA, suggests a solution for SMEs facing difficulties meeting their tax obligations. In the midst of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, riots erupted in South Africa in early July, with mass looting taking place in both KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, leaving small business owners asking: “What […]

Cache This: Track Your Spend

When everything around you seems unpredictable, keeping track of your finances can help you bring order to the chaos. Nafisa Akabor has some apps and ideas to make this easy, without risking your personal information. So you don’t have to ask that dodgy uncle to do your accounting. The post Cache This: Track Your Spend […]

E-cigarettes and your life insurance policy

Clyde Parsons, Actuarial Executive at BrightRock, explains why regular users of e-cigarettes are charged smoker rates by life insurers, and what you can do about it. For decades now, we’ve known that smoking is bad for our health – the research has conclusively shown that smoking increases your risk of suffering from cancer, heart disease, […]

Listen: Creating a passive income with shares

In this podcast, Maya (@mayaonmoney) chats to money blogger Brett (@ETFenthusiast) on how blogging helps keeps him on track financially, his plans in working towards financial freedom, and which investments he is using to provide a passive income in the future. The post Listen: Creating a passive income with shares appeared first on Maya on […]