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’s breaking news wire service brings you the latest South African, African and international news reports and press updates from newsrooms across the country. | The market is presenting rare opportunities for those who can ride the storm - PSG

Given the uncertainty investors are currently facing, it's useful to take a step back and re-evaluate the rare opportunity current conditions are presenting, says the CEO at PSG Asset Management. | Fewer delays in tax refunds, many taxpayers now paid within 48 hours - audit firm

"eFiling is significantly more user-friendly," according to tax firm Mazars. | How Bill Gates added R236bn to his wealth this year

Bill Gates is still in wealth-creation mode. | Is the trust dead?

If your sole objective in forming a trust is to obtain a tax benefit, then you are likely to be disappointed, says Hilary Dudley of Citadel Fiduciary. | Over 70% of working South Africans don't have a will - here's how to get yours for free

During National Wills Week, many law firms are willing to draw up basic wills for free. | Good news for house sellers: The first green shoots are appearing

Demand is improving, and fewer people are putting their properties in the market. | PICS: See what you get for R31.5m in New York businessman's Clifton apartment

For those with R31.5m to spare, take a look at what you will get in this two-bedroom in Cape Town's Atlantic Seaboard suburb of Clifton. | Aggressive tax planning: Not enough just to obey rules - consultant

Simply obeying tax rules is not enough when it comes to so-called aggressive tax planning, in the view of a tax consultant at KPMG. | 5 tips for women seeking financial independence

Women are often more conservative than men in constructing their investment portfolios, says Thuli Nkomo of NFB Private Wealth Management. | Rise of populism in SA could see rand 'blow up' – investment expert

A rise in favour of populism in South Africa could see the rand "blow up", says the director and head of investment strategy at Miton Optimal. | Debt review: why you need a clear strategy

Getting out of debt is difficult, but not impossible, however, you need a strategy,” according to Ghana Msibi, WesBank's executive head of the motor division. | South Africans could be eating into their pensions too fast - economist

Data reflected in the latest BankservAfrica Private Pension Index could be indicating that South Africans getting private pensions are using up the funds faster than they should. | Beware tax refund scam, Kaspersky warns

A wave of fraudulent tax refund letters has been launched at unsuspecting taxpayers globally, according to a Kaspersky report. | Rosebank an upwardly moving investment node in Johannesburg - property expert

Rosebank, Johannesburg, is an upwardly moving investment node offering "big city" luxury apartments for investors, says the CEO of Landsdowne Investment Properties. | SARS' guide to donations tax

SARS' is issuing clarification notices to the public to better inform them on tax filing season. In this edition SARS focuses on donations and their tax implications. | 5 steps to make you a better investor

To be a successful investor takes discipline, says Lettie Mzwinila, business development manager at Allan Gray. | 3 reasons why you should be careful about investment advice from friends and family

Be wary of basing your investment decisions purely on advice offered by friends and family - even if they have good intentions, cautions an expert. | Men and women invest differently, research finds - here's how to make the most of it

The study found that, generally, women tend to take a longer-view perspective and trade less frequently. Momentum's Florbela Yates unpacks five ways to invest better - whoever you are. | Nest egg raid or tool for development? Your guide to prescribed assets

President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for a "broad and wholesome" discussion around prescribed assets, which could oblige retirement funds to invest in state-owned enterprises. Here's what you need to know. | 5-step pre-wedding financial checklist

Wedding season is approaching and and expert warns against walking down the aisle without ensuring financial alignment and protection.

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