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"Reverse Income Tax Fund?"

Can you make money on the 'Reverse Income Tax Fund?
What is it and how does it work?
What is it called in the investment world.
Letters on the stock exchange?

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 User  MarilynMoore asked at 29 Nov. 2013


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 User warrenjeffery answered to question to 18 Dec. 2013
The Reverse Income Tax fund refers to a property investment company. To get all the details of this investment you can read all about it in the September issue of the South African Investor,

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