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Dankie Anneke van Emmenis, Suzaan G*y van Pittius en Hendrik De Ridder. Julle is amazing!!!
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our landline. Please use the following alternative numbers to contact us directly :

Isobel - 084 660 7339
Anneke - 082 896 8662

We apologize for the inconvenience.
BAIE geluk met die aankoop van jul eie kantoorgebou! Ek weet dat jul van krag tot krag sal gaan en die Vader julle ryklik daar sal seën xx

The One offers clients a one stop solution by providing services in Life insurance, Business insurance, Short term insurance, Medical Aids, Tax and Wills

We offer professional, independent advice on investments, medical aids, life - and short term insurance.

Operating as usual

15/10/2021

So blessed to be part of such an amazing team!!!

So blessed to be part of such an amazing team!!!

[10/11/21]   So extremely proud of Anneke van Emmenis for passing her final exams to obtain her Certified Financial Planning recognision!!!
Well done, especially during these busy, challenging times, having covid and doing everything online!!!

[09/27/21]   Our offices in Beaufort West has relocated to 111 Bird Street. The contact details remain the same.
Phone 023 414 4000, Joey's cell nr 0829614335
Email: [email protected]

Photos from The One Financial Solution's post 13/09/2021

Vitality Wellness day will commence on Friday, 17 September 2021 and will be held at 42 York Street, George.

Covid-19 infographic showing vaccine benefits ‘definitely not fake news’, says Groote Schuur Hospital 09/09/2021

Covid-19 infographic showing vaccine benefits ‘definitely not fake news’, says Groote Schuur Hospital

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.timeslive.co.za/amp/news/south-africa/2021-09-07-covid-19-infographic-showing-vaccine-benefits-definitely-not-fake-news-says-groote-schuur-hospital/

Covid-19 infographic showing vaccine benefits ‘definitely not fake news’, says Groote Schuur Hospital The infographic shows dramatic differences between the number of vaccinated versus unvaccinated people admitted to Groote Schuur’s wards.

Women and investing | Building financial futures fit for change 30/07/2021

Women and investing | Building financial futures fit for change

Any women out there that would like to join this empowering event, please follow the below link.
https://ninetyone.com/en/south-africa/events/women-and-investing?ipnl=Overview&subTab=Overview

Women and investing | Building financial futures fit for change Why should you invest like a woman? A special seminar for women seeking to own their financial futures. Live event 5 August 2021.

Tips on avoiding fraud and scams 26/07/2021

Tips on avoiding fraud and scams

Tips on avoiding fraud and scams We often advise customers on staying safe in the real world but these days, we all have to watch out for criminals in the virtual world. So much personal information exists out there and criminals are getting smarter in the ways they manage to get to your money. We bring you tips and advice on how t...

The One Financial Solution 16/07/2021

The One Financial Solution

A very good summary of recent events. Worth the read.

Writer: Clem Daniel

“Dear friends,

Many of you outside of South Africa are wondering what is really going on. So here is a very simple outline. The thing is obviously far more complex and nuanced than can be set out in a brief note but this will give you some picture of what is really happening.

Following the 1994 democratic elections in South Africa, South Africa did really well economically until about 2008. That was also the year that Jacob Zuma was elected president of the ANC. At that point in time, some of us had a sense of disquiet already. But little did any of us understand then the extent of the corruption and weakening of government institutions that would follow. We have no clear idea of the extent of what was stolen during the Jacob Zuma years, other than that it is a stupendous sum of money which this country certainly cannot afford. Eventually however the internal tide within the ANC started to slowly turn against Jacob Zuma. On 18 December 2017 Cyril Ramaphosa was elected as the president of the ANC (and also subsequently became the president of South Africa). But it was a very narrow margin of victory.

The thing about Cyril Ramaphosa is that he is fundamentally a principled man. And certainly, determined to clean up the history of corruption we have seen since 2008. Various steps have been taken by him and the ANC under his guidance to give effect to this. One of the things that was done was to establish a commission chaired by Raymond Zondo, who is the Deputy Chief Justice of South Africa. The purpose of this commission was to investigate the corruption issues and to expose them to the light of day.

Jacob Zuma was required to appear in front of the commission. He effectively refused to do so. He was ordered by the Constitutional Court to do so. He defied the order of the Constitutional Court. The Constitutional Court in turn ordered his imprisonment for a period of 15 months for contempt of court. This, whatever you call it, is fundamentally the rule of law in action.

Initially there was resistance to imprisonment by Jacob Zuma and his supporters. A week ago, however Jacob Zuma submitted himself to imprisonment. And then all hell broke loose.

What you need to understand is that Jacob Zuma has his powerbase in KwaZulu Natal, where the riots have been at their worst. This is also, as the name will tell you, the home territory of the Zulu nation. And Jacob Zuma is a prominent figure in the Zulu nation. Within the Jacob Zuma camp, individuals set about instigating the so-called protests, riots and looting that you have seen in the media. To a significant extent they leveraged the problems of poverty and inequality in South Africa to achieve their ends. Very often in this country we have areas where many very poor people are resident adjacent to commercial complexes. This was an ideal combination to exploit. In addition to that there are the existing fissures along race lines that exist in our society which were also available to leverage. Audio files doing the rounds encouraged people to attack and destroy what are perceived to be white and white owned businesses. In the end though, many black businesspeople also suffered considerable losses.

The gameplan was to create a situation which would force the hand of the current government. Ideally, it would result in an overreaction by the security forces, with the result that many of the poor and vulnerable would be killed (which is what happened at Marikana a few years back). If that occurred, it would likely force the resignation or removal of Cyril Ramaphosa as president. Meaning the Jacob Zuma camp would have achieved their objective. This is one reason why the security forces have been so careful not to use excessive force in dealing with the riots and the looters.

While there is still a lot of instability in KwaZulu Natal and certain pockets in Gauteng, what is now starting to emerge quite clearly is that the gambit by the Jacob Zuma camp has failed. South African society of all walks has turned its face against this insurrection. In effect, an attempted coup has failed.

South Africans are a strange nation in many ways. They argue and fight amongst themselves but when pushed to the edge, they always pull together for the common good. This has happened again and again over the decades.

This has been perhaps a necessary test of our democracy and of the rule of law. Make no mistake but that South Africa has many very real challenges. But South Africa will pass through this and will put the locust years behind it.”

The One Financial Solution The One offers clients a one stop solution by providing services in Life insurance, Business insurance, Short term insurance, Medical Aids, Tax and Wills

Early retirement comes at a huge cost 12/07/2021

Early retirement comes at a huge cost

https://www.moneyweb.co.za/investing/early-retirement-comes-at-a-huge-cost/

Early retirement comes at a huge cost The last five years of your working life give your pension a big boost.

[06/08/21]   **Please don't fall victim of negative social media posts**

From one of the life companies we support, but I know that they all underwrite in the same way:

In short, the COVID-19 vaccine does not affect your clients’ FMI policy. However, there have been media reports advising clients to check with their insurer if claims will still get paid if they get the COVID-19 vaccination. We want to reassure both you and your clients that getting the vaccination in no way impinges on the terms and conditions of their policy.

The intention of being vaccinated not only against COVID-19 but against any illness is to protect you from disease and save lives. Therefore, being responsible and receiving the vaccine will not jeopardise your clients’ FMI cover in any way. Should they need to claim on their FMI policy after they’ve received the COVID-19
vaccination, we’ll still assess that claim according to the usual policy terms and conditions.

We assess all claims according to the terms and conditions of cover, including general policy terms. FMI’s policies do not have any exclusion that prevents an individual from claiming on their policy due to the unfortunate side effects, complications, or even death following any vaccine, including the COVID-19 vaccine.

Timeline Photos 01/06/2021

Timeline Photos

Wondering what sort of gap cover would be best for your needs? Talk to your professional broker about Sirago Gap Assist – it’s the perfect start and will settle claims on any shortfalls for in-hospital treatment up to 500% of the medical scheme rate. #SiragoGapCover #FutureBuilt #GapCover
#GoGetGap 👪👍😉 https://sirago.co.za/gap-assist-cover/

25/05/2021
How much money you need to retire in South Africa 17/04/2021

How much money you need to retire in South Africa

https://businesstech.co.za/news/wealth/482529/how-much-money-you-need-to-retire-in-south-africa/

How much money you need to retire in South Africa Nearly three-quarters of South Africans worry that they will not have enough money to live on after they retire. Our stuttering economy and terrible national savings culture aside, one of the main reasons many of us are doomed is that we don’t know how to work out what we will need and where to st...

Photos from The One Financial Solution's post 13/04/2021

Photos from The One Financial Solution's post

07/04/2021

Sirago Underwriting

24/03/2021

URGENT - do not call the number on the sms
Should you receive an sms like the attached pic. Call your branch directly, this is a fake/fraudulent message. The number answers as if FNB, asks your details etc. Do not call the number call your branch.

The bank will never ask for your details, they will confirm it to you. Never give out your info to any call centre. Be safe please.

URGENT - do not call the number on the sms
Should you receive an sms like the attached pic. Call your branch directly, this is a fake/fraudulent message. The number answers as if FNB, asks your details etc. Do not call the number call your branch.

The bank will never ask for your details, they will confirm it to you. Never give out your info to any call centre. Be safe please.

Photos from The One Financial Solution's post 17/03/2021

Photos from The One Financial Solution's post

Allan Gray | 2021 Budget signals hope for SA taxpayers 25/02/2021

Allan Gray | 2021 Budget signals hope for SA taxpayers

Allan Gray | 2021 Budget signals hope for SA taxpayers Minimal tax measures aim to bring relief to taxpayers and bolster economy.

[02/14/21]   I've always like the idea of synergy. The interaction or cooperation giving rise to a whole that is greater than the simple sum of its parts. That is what I found when I met Anneke van Emmenis. Her drive, passion, go getter attitude and ability to tackle any problem heads on still leave me stunned most days. I do agree with my husband Michael: she is worth her weight in gold.

And she can turn any gathering into a party with all those attending feeling special. How fortunate am I to have her as my go to, my advisor, my colleague and friend!

Happy 40th Birthday Anneke van Emmenis!!
May all your days be filled with blessings, fun and laughter.

The One Financial Solution 10/02/2021

The One Financial Solution

Visit our webpage for more info about our services and products.
www.theonefs.co.za

The One Financial Solution The One offers clients a one stop solution by providing services in Life insurance, Business insurance, Short term insurance, Medical Aids, Tax and Wills

Pfizer, Moderna vaccines could vanquish Covid today, cancer tomorrow 11/01/2021

Pfizer, Moderna vaccines could vanquish Covid today, cancer tomorrow

With lots of questions around the Covid vaccine, I found this article quite interesting...

https://www.moneyweb.co.za/moneyweb-opinion/soapbox/pfizer-moderna-vaccines-could-vanquish-covid-today-cancer-tomorrow/

Pfizer, Moderna vaccines could vanquish Covid today, cancer tomorrow The best news about the mRNA shots from BioNTech and Moderna is that the same technique could also defeat many other diseases.

[01/06/21]   Happy 21st Birthday Suzaan!! Thank you for being the voice behind the phone and the oil that ensure the office runs smoothly!! Our lives are better with you in it!!! 🌷🍾⚘🌹🌻

15/12/2020
15/12/2020

From all of us at The One Financial Solution, a sincere thank you for your loyalty and patience during a difficult year! Be blessed and safe during the season and enjoy the time with your families.

Please take note of our availability during the festive season:

Isobel will be on leave from 17/12/2020 to 11/01/2021.
Anneke will be on leave from 17/12/2020 to 11/01/2021.
Joey will be on leave from 21/12/2020 to 04/01/2021.

Our offices will be closed from the 24th of December and will re-open on 04 January 2021.

For emergencies during this period, please contact

Isobel @ 084 660 7339.
Anneke @ 082 896 8662
Joey @ 082 961 4335

Seasons greetings

businesslive.co.za 14/12/2020

Germany to start hard holiday lockdown as it loses grip on pandemic

https://www.businesslive.co.za/amp/bd/world/europe/2020-12-14-germany-to-start-hard-holiday-lockdown-as-it-loses-grip-on-pandemic/

businesslive.co.za Stricter curbs include a ban on gatherings over the New Year and drinking alcohol in public

moneyweb.co.za 04/12/2020

JSE reaches 52-week high

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10159040371530168&id=60709710167

moneyweb.co.za Anglo and Glencore recover from big fall offs.

[11/27/20]   Due to the current roadworks in front of our office which make our office inaccessible on Monday 30 November, we have decided to use this day for our annual year end function. The office will therefore be closed on Monday 30 November 2020.

Please phone Isobel Rohwer @ 084 6607339 for urgent queries.

Have a great weekend!

26/11/2020
moneyweb.co.za 25/11/2020

Gap cover: A financial essential

moneyweb.co.za Even with comprehensive medical aid benefits.

19/11/2020

Sirago Underwriting Managers

Medical schemes recently announced their tariffs and benefit changes for 2021, and members have until the beginning of December to make any changes to their medical scheme benefits for the following year. In the current environment where private healthcare costs are in an unsustainable upward spiral, gap cover is proving as essential as private medical scheme membership given the parlous state of the public healthcare sector. The growing quantum of gap claims values are showing a marked increase in the shortfalls between what medical schemes pay versus what healthcare providers charge for in-hospital procedures. Recent ‘mega’ claims handled by Sirago have rattled the status quo, tallying almost R500k on just three claims for the gap portion alone. https://sirago.co.za/gap-cover-a-financial-essential-even-with-comprehensive-medical-aid-benefits/

09/11/2020

Mind the GAP..... Sirago GAP cover

An analysis of private healthcare costs from 2000 to 2012 show that in real terms, costs doubled. The cost trajectory tells us that by 2028, they will have doubled again. Medical schemes, which carry the bulk of these costs, rank within the top five highest household expenses for many South Africans. Most notable is that while medical scheme contributions increase every year, the benefits are actually decreasing, while healthcare costs are increasing by much more than inflation. This places a double burden on consumers who not only will be forking out more for the same or less medical scheme benefits, but will also shell out for greater out-of-pocket healthcare expenditure than ever before.
https://sirago.co.za/gap-cover-a-financial-essential-even-with-comprehensive-medical-aid-benefits/

news24.com 08/11/2020

ANALYSIS | A Biden administration favours South Africa | News24

https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/analysis-a-biden-administration-favours-south-africa-20201107

news24.com With Joe Biden clinching the election to become the US’s 46th president, South Africa can look forward to better relations, but the new president elect first needs to place his focus on home.

moneyweb.co.za 24/10/2020

Why is Fairtree allocating more to SA Inc?

https://www.moneyweb.co.za/investing/equities/why-is-fairtree-allocating-more-to-sa-inc/

moneyweb.co.za The top-performing Fairtree Equity Prescient fund is re-allocating more of of its portfolio to counters exposed to the local economy.

22/10/2020

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