Andrew Bradley provides Fiscal’s perspective and approach to the war in the Ukraine

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“It is unsettling to have another war in the world. Particularly where it has the potential to have wide reaching consequences for global security, personal safety, on companies doing business with or relying on products and services from Russia, global economic growth, and investment markets.” At Fiscal we continue to monitor the war and the developments around this as it …

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Relief for those burdened by school fees

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Gross income exemptions through employer provided bursaries and scholarships Paying school fees is often a cumbersome task, particularly if you provide financially for more than one learner. There is, however, some relief for parents and guardians. The Income Tax Act1provides an exemption relating to a bona fide scholarship or bursary awarded to an employee or their relative to assist with …

Andrew Bradley, our CEO comments on the 2022 Budget Speech

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Welfare instability is highlighted The concerning news is that over the next three years the government will be spending about 60 percent of non-interest spending on social welfare. This shows the perilous state of many struggling citizens due to the sluggish GDP growth and the negative economic effects of the pandemic Fiscal responsibility demonstrated The good news is that the …

Fundhouse Investment Outlook Q4 2021

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Over the past number of years we have often discussed the topic of inflation and its importance as an underpin for asset prices. Withlow inflation – a function of technological innovation and globalisation as key drivers – allied with low interest rates, times have been good for investment markets. Are we finally at a tipping point, where the multi-decade trend …