IRFA Dispatch



IRFA DISPATCH: Thursday, 10 October 2019

LOCAL NEWS - Most people can’t afford to save for retirement - How much should you have saved by age 25 through to retirement? - Retirement product focuses on income - 5 ways to make the most of your retirement - ASISA: Classification of SA hedge funds underway - INTERNATIONAL NEWS - The Guardian view on women’s pensions: a feminist issue - OUT OF INTEREST…Financial literacy: The gift that keeps on giving

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IRFA DISPATCH | Friday | 20 September 2019

LOCAL NEWS - How to retire early – yes, it is possible - OPINION: How will your death benefits be distributed? - OPINION: The fruit of ‘green’ investing - Consider the impact of taxes on a deceased estate - INTERNATIONAL NEWS - World’s biggest pension fund steps up passive stewardship efforts - OUT OF INTEREST…Why is it important to know what your tax residency is?

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IRFA DISPATCH: Monday, 16 September 2019

LOCAL NEWS - Regulator takes a hard line on retirement funds costs - Regulator wants fewer pension funds Most retirees regret not having saved more - PSG Wealth - SA’s retirement-savings crisis ‘is deepening’ - ustainable investing is becoming the new normal - Hedge funds delivered positive performances in 2018, despite headwinds - OPINION: Is it time to switch your RA? - INTERNATIONAL NEWS - UK pension annuities under threat as rates plummet OUT OF INTEREST… Pace of SA economic reform is dangerously slow, but all is not lost for the SA investor

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IRFA DISPATCH: Monday, 9 September 2019

LOCAL NEWS - Too little, too late - Don't be in the dark about retirement - Beneficiaries, bullets and R17 billion in unpaid claims - This is how much SA unit trusts have struggled - INTERNATIONAL NEWS - Government branded immoral over pensions of UK citizens in EU - OUT OF INTEREST… Tough times for investors, but there's reason for hope

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IRFA DISPATCH: Wednesday, 21 August 2019

LOCAL NEWS - Retirement funding: what retirees regret most - Give gov't your pension funds or have the country turn to the IMF? No need for either, says DA - Divorce and the negotiation for pension benefits Prescribed asset requirements and what it could mean for your hard-earned pension fund - OPINION: For most South Africans, retirement is not leisure time - INTERNATIONAL NEWS - WORK TILL YOU DROP State pension age should rise to 75 from 68, report says – raising fears some workers will NEVER retire UK elderly suffer worst poverty rate in Western Europe

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