Budget 2020 made simple: how does it impact my personal finances?
Warren Ingram, financial adviser, explains details of how Budget 2020 will change the finances of ordinary people - those who earn salaries, in South Africa and overseas.
My summary would be the best possible job he could have done under the circumstances. Also what I liked about the budget is there was quite a lot of messaging about allowing or creating an environment for growth.Warren Ingram, financial adviser, wealth planner
Financial immigration is going to change. I think things like blocked rand accounts, which are crazy, are going to go away. It's going to become a much more lean and rational process. It was a silly piece of legislation. The unintended consequences were, people who worked overseas for five or eight years, working in a place that does not tax them were actually forced by the legislation in its current form, to leave the country for good. Very messy.Warren Ingram, financial adviser, wealth planner
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