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2013 National Budget Breakfast (Branded table 10 seats) - Johannesburg
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With national issues such as the national health insurance, implementation of toll roads and social security taxes on the agenda of Government, the upcoming Budget Speech confirmed for 27 February 2013 promises to be as thought provoking as ever.

2013/02/28
When: 2013/02/28
07:00 AM
Where: Gallagher Convention Certre
19 Richards Drive
Midrand
Johannesburg, Gauteng 
South Africa
Contact: Sylvia Moytaung


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2013 National Budget Breakfast

OVERVIEW:

With national issues such as the national health insurance, implementation of toll roads and social security taxes on the agenda of Government, the upcoming Budget Speech confirmed for 27 February 2013 promises to be as thought provoking as ever.

The SA Institute of Tax Practitioners and The Financial Planning Institute of Southern Africa will be hosting this "not to be missed" National Budget Breakfast.

Our panel of experts will analyse the 2013 Budget, government economic forecasts and tax policy issues.
  • Bongani Bingwa (MC), Carte Blanche journalist
  • Patrick Craven,Congress of South African Trade Unions
  • Steven Friedman,Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Johannesburg
  • Wayne Duvenage,Chairperson at OUTA - Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance
  • Mike Schussler, Chief Economist, Economists.co.za
  • Prof Dilip Garach, Tax Specialist and Past Professor in Tax and Fiscal studies at KZN University
  • Prof Jackie Arendse,Tax expert, University of the Witwatersrand

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Directors, tax professionals, financial planners, business owners, investors and accountants managers.

CPD:

Your attendance will also give you 3 valuable hours of CPD and essential value-adding knowledge and insights into current tax, financial and economic developments.

EVENT INVESTMENT:

SAIT & FPI Members: R350.00
Affiliated Members: R370.00
(includes SAIBA, SAICA, SAIPA, ACCA, IAC, ICB, CSSA, LSSA, FISA) members
Non-Members: R400.00

 

SPONSOR:

African Bank offers up to 9% growth on retail savings products

With national issues such as the national health insurance, implementation of toll roads and social security taxes on the agenda of Government, the upcoming Budget Speech confirmed for 28 February 2013 promises to be as thought provoking as ever.

Listed within the top 100 companies on the JSE Ltd, African Bank Investments Ltd is South Africa’s largest unsecured lender. The groups’ robust business model is designed and managed to provide through the cycle profitability and attractive returns. A return on equity of 20% and a tangible return on equity of 36.3% was reported in their September 2012 year end results.

Named ‘South African Bank of the year 2012’, by the Banker Magazine, an affiliate of the UK based Financial Times, the bank is an active and significant issuer of debt both locally and in the international capital markets, with over US$1 billion equivalent of listed debt instruments on the London and Swiss Stock Exchanges.

In response to an increased demand from customers to save, African Bank recently launched their Savings and Investments products, with zero fees and interest rates of up to 9.00%*.

With terms ranging from 32 days to 60 months, the retail savings product range includes fixed deposits, access fixed deposits and a 32-day notice account, with many more about to be brought to market. The bank actively markets the products directly and through independent financial brokers and queries can be directed to Aasha Patel at 011-5646646.For more information visit www.africanbanksavings.co.za

* Nominal annual rate on 60 month fixed deposit (nacs). Rate valid as at 8th January 2013 and subject to change. Terms and conditions apply

African Bank is an authorised financial services and registered credit provider. NCRCP5.

Reg no: 1975/002526/06.


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