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In 2005, AllLife was the first company in the world to offer Life Insurance to people living with HIV.
Today they continue to offer Life Cover that considers the clients health by going beyond providing your family with peace of mind but also providing you with help and information that allows you to live a better, longer life.
They offer affordable, specialised
For people living with HIV.
They understand your insurance requirements so that you can best care for your family in any event.
You get cover
from just R130 per month.
instantly, after one phone call, with no waiting period.
up to R10 million cover.
Aquilla Financial Solutions(AFS) brings you BrightRock’s needs-matched product which is the first of its kind in the market. Thanks to a unique product structure and features designed to exactly match your financial needs over time. We provide you and with unrivalled certainty and flexibility. We’ve worked with clinical experts to ensure the claims-definitions are aligned to the best-of-breed definitions in the insurance industry.
And now we’ve gone one step further by creating a product that is specifically tailored to cover your needs as a commercial pilot. As a pilot, you have to complete a medical examination every six months or year, depending on your age, to confirm that you are fit to fly. If you are not fit to fly, you may be grounded temporarily or may even lose your pilot’s licence.
BrightRock’s loss of licence cover provides cover if an illness or injury leaves you unfit to fly
Any commercial pilots, employed by a registered Commercial Airline, for example South African Airways, British Airways, Comair Airways Limited or Kulula regulated by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA), qualifies for BrightRock’s loss of licence cover.
· Have a valid Commercial Pilot Licence – Aeroplane (CPL (A)), or an Airline Transport Pilot Licence – Aeroplane (ATPL (A)) for a fixed wing aircraft
· Have a valid medical examination certificate (class 1 – commercial pilot) as required by the Civil Aviation Regulations Part 67
· Have an accident-free history
· Have no medical conditions that could result in you losing your licence
· Adhere to the rules as set out by the SACAA
· Fly on main air routes only and use registered airfields, for the only purpose of transporting fare-paying passengers or cargo
· Be younger than 60 years to qualify for the loss of licence cover.
To promote an increase in household savings, the National Treasury has announced that they will introduce legislation that allows for the provision of Tax Free Savings Accounts from March 2015. The main aim of the introduction of this new product is to encourage South Africans to save more to provide for times of need as well as their medium to long term needs.
The key principles which the product must follow, as required by National Treasury, are:
The Taxation Laws Amendment Act 2013:
The Taxation Laws Amendment Act 2013 that was signed into law in December 2013 may impact on various aspects of a company’s employee benefits offering.
Already, the Act has brought about a change to the Tax Credits system for medical expenses, and other changes impacting on retirement funds and disability cover will come into effect on 1 March 2015.
Tax changes delayed
Late last week National Treasury announced that tax changes affecting retirement funds and due to come into effect on 1 March 2015 had now been delayed until 2016 in order to allow for further consultations at NEDLAC (National Economic Development and Labour Council). Should there be no agreement by NEDLAC by mid-2015, the implementation date could be moved to 1 March 2017.
The final Taxation Laws Amendment Bill is expected to be tabled in Parliament on Wednesday 22 October 2014.