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"Reverse Income Tax Fund"

We were advised that we could benefit from this fund - but how?

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phillip4528
 User  phillip4528 asked at 24 Nov. 2013

 

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Ryan
 User Ryan answered to question to 28 Jan. 2014
I read all about this in an article in the South African Investor newsletter. You can find it here:

http://membership.fspinvest.co.za/content/south-african-investor-0


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