Personal Finance 9.5.2016 02:08 pm

Tax reforms and you

You can now contribute up to 27.5% of your total remuneration to an employer’s retirement fund.

HANNA ZIADY:  There was much said and written about the tax changes that came into effect on March 1 and the impact on retirement fund members specifically. But there does still seem to be some confusion around what the Tax Law Amendment Act has actually changed.

Tax reforms and you
Tax reforms and you

Tax reforms and you

You can now contribute up to 27.5% of your total remuneration to an employer’s retirement fund.

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