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Posted: 6 November 2006

Ther woudl ahve to be specific restrictions on basic financial services, advice etc. Perhaps limited to transactional banking (with volume/value limits?), advice limited to 1 free consultation p.a. or perhaps compulsory courses in financial planning/budgeting etc at school - at higher levels of value than currently offered?

I dont see free life insurance unless it is severely limited to 1 years income or something like that?

Radical tax proposals could include no tax on first R500k profit/income for all?

To unleash any meaningful ecenomic power we need to deregulate labour law and ease business regulation dramatically as well - red tape is stifling everyone!

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