WellsFaber Stable RECM Fund of Funds May 2018
Posted on: 28th June 2018
Most investors recognise the simple maths. Paying less tax on gains from their investments will increase their net worth. However, as the South African tax regime has evolved over time, so has the array of options to manage tax on investments. Investors are often overwhelmed and confused, and as a result, may either choose options purely to lawfully avoid paying any tax, which may not maximise their returns, or even worse – they do nothing. These are both missed opportunities – and what should be legitimate “money-in-the-bag” is left on the table. This article outlines a few tax-efficient solutions available to individual investors, while also highlighting the circumstances in which they might make the most sense. We would welcome your engagement to discuss any aspect of tax efficient investing with you.
Posted on: 1st June 2018
Traditionally, investing means exposing your money to one or a combination of the following traditional asset classes, to generate inflation beating returns: