Below is a list of a few frequently asked questions. We would gladly answer any other questions you might have.
There are various ways you can access your money in South Africa. This includes using normal allowances, such as your annual Discretionary Allowance, or formally emigrating from South Africa.
We can help with all of these.
No - you do not have to give up your South African citizenship.
Emigrating from South Africa simply formalises your financial exit from South Africa for exchange control purposes. Your financial status will change from 'resident' to 'non-resident' on completion, but you remain South African.
To regulate the foreign exchange market, only a South African bank can certify the emigration application, and life assurers may only transfer retirement annuity proceeds into an emigrant's capital account, from where it can be transferred to your new country.
Usually, only the bank that handled your emigration can re-open a new account for you. This does complicate the process but does not make it impossible - please contact us to see if we can help.
Unfortunately, we would need to register her with SARS for tax clearances purposes.
RandTangle charges a service fee based on the specific circumstances and needs surrounding the emigration of each client, and the services required.
We do not have a commission based service fee that changes based on the policy size.
Contact us for a no obligation quotation.
It is generally not possible to transfer policies and pensions that are already paying regular income.