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What do I need to apply for a secured long term business loan
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What do I need to apply for a secured long term business loan

Secured business loans offer a longer repayment period and more competitive interest charges. By using an asset as a security for the loan, the business can repay the loan over the period of up to three years. This offers the benefit of more time to use the funds within the business. With an unsecured loan,...

Amendments to your Will
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Amendments to your Will

Your Will is a dynamic and living document that needs to be reviewed and updated every few years. It should reflect any major events in your life such as: Getting married Getting divorced Having a baby (or three) Buying and selling property Starting businesses Retiring Investing offshore Death in the family or of a beneficiary...

Safekeeping of your Will
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Safekeeping of your Will

The Master of the high court requires and original (hard copy) signed Will when you pass away and your estate needs to be administered. Getting your Will drafter and signed is one thing. But making sure it’s kept safe and easily retrievable by your executor is another. Some people pass away & no one knows...

How to pay less interest on your business loan
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How to pay less interest on your business loan

Saving interest is a top priority for finance deals. Every business owner wants to access working capital and bridging finance at the best interest rate. So, in this article we would like to show you how you can always pay less interest on your business loan. The key to saving interest is in the repayment...

Trusteeship
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Trusteeship

When you draft your Will it’s important to consider whether part of your estate may be inherited by minors- such as your children or grandchildren. According to South African law, minors may not inherit directly. To ensure you protect their inheritance you can give instruction in your Will that a trust be set up for...

Executorship
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Executorship

You Will is a vitally important document that outlines your final wishes when you pass away. When you draft your Will, you can nominate the executor of your choice for your estate. This is an important decision as the executor must be approved and appointed by the master of the high court. The executor is...

Guardianship
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Guardianship

Did you know that passing away without a valid Will in place can be devastating for your dependants? Your children’s inheritance could pass to the government’s guardian’s fund or to the appointed guardian rather than to a trust that will ensure your wishes for them are carried out. That means you would lose control over...

What information should be included in your Will?
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What information should be included in your Will?

Your Last Will & Testament is one of the most important documents you will ever sign. Therefore, making sure you draft your Will properly & professionally ensures that you effectively plan for the unexpected and protect your loved ones from a disaster. What should your Will include? Who your beneficiaries will be. What items, assets,...

Who may sign as a witness on your Will?
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Who may sign as a witness on your Will?

Your Last Will & Testament is an extremely important document. That’s why it is paramount to make sure it is signed and witnessed correctly so it will be accepted by the master of the high court. Who may witness your Will? Anyone over the age of 14 who is competent to appear in court as...