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Compulsory vaccination is coming

Compulsory vaccination increasingly likely

Making vaccination compulsory to enter workplaces and certain public spaces seems a certainty if the statements from the government, business and labour this week are anything to go by. In a televised address to the nation on 28 November, President Cyril Ramaphosa said the government has been engaging with social partners and other stakeholders on […]

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1Plan – the FNA that matches needs with affordability and life stage

“For too long financial needs analyses (FNAs) have calculated an amount that clients need to allocate to insurance and invest without taking affordability into account. If we want to make financial advice more accessible and achievable, FNAs must include affordability considerations.” 1Life CEO, Laurence Hillman, is passionate about making financial advice accessible to more South […]

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UK regulator aims to strengthen investment rules to avoid white noise in risk warnings

One of the interesting findings of the recently discussed Momentum Investments and Oxford Risk Noise and Investment Advice Study was that the conventional methods of assessing  risk of individual investors, is subject to a fair amount of noise. The study pointed out that humans are prone to ‘noisy’ errors, unduly influenced by irrelevant factors, such […]

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Tribunal finding that Industry is improving in debarment process

A fundamental character trait of a person who provides financial services and furnishes advice to members of the public is honesty and integrity. This goes hand in hand with conducting business with the necessary due skill, care and diligence. If an adviser fails to meet these requirements, and the correct disciplinary process is followed, he […]

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Industry expresses disappointment at termination of Section 12J tax concessions

National Treasury announced in its 2021 Budget that the Section 12J tax incentive, introduced in 2008, will not be extended beyond its sunset date at the end June. What was National Treasury’s objectives of this decision and how did the industry react? “The review process for section 12J (venture capital companies) has concluded. Government introduced […]

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Family planning – Gap cover helps beyond birth and every step of the way

“Pregnancy and childbirth are usually occasions of great joy, but the medical expense shortfalls that go along with it can add a lot of stress,” Tony Singleton, CEO at Turnberry Risk Management Solutions reminds parents-to-be. “The best solution is to plan your financial future carefully and have medical aid and gap cover in place well […]

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