Supplementary Budget 2020
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As the notices about price increases start rolling in, combined with higher taxes expected next year, I must confess to feeling a bit gloomy about 2017.

I am normally biased towards optimism, but sometimes you have to do a reality check.

Last week, I received notification from my son’s school that fees would rise by 10% (unfortunately, my kids are not at university yet) next year, and our medical scheme informed us that our premiums would increase by 11%.

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