When herd behaviour is used for selfishness, all you’re left with is a smug sense of entitlement, writes Charlene Naidoo.
Coronavirus pandemic, low oil prices and expected rate cuts by SARB make one wonder what to do with your savings and investments while.markets are in turmoil.
Good credit is just as good as junk and stocks always go up no matter what happens. Buy the dip. Nothing matters.
A Fin24 user set to retire in August this year is looking at options on where he can invest his pension payout.
A Fin24 user wants to know whether paying off a car loan or credit card will make her credit score 'look better.'
If your child starts Grade R this year, you can expect to pay around R1.6m for their public schooling up to matric and a three-year university qualification - and up to R3.7m if you opt for private institutions, says an expert at Old Mutual.
Don't wait until you have a large amount of money to invest: the key to building wealth is just starting somewhere and letting your returns generate over time, says Ebrahim Moola of Bobats Wealth Solutions.
Every morning, Bright Khumalo set aside an amount equal to the day of the year, times 10c.
The South African Payroll Association has been inundated with queries regarding their expected annual bonuses in December.
There's a credit that we don't often enough pat ourselves on the back for as South Africans, says Ferial Haffajee.
Women are often more conservative than men in constructing their investment portfolios, says Thuli Nkomo of NFB Private Wealth Management.
A Fin24 set to retire this year is looking to invest his R1.2m savings in order to receive a monthly payout.
A Fin24 user urgently seeks guidance on how to pay off debt owing to the amount of R82 000. An expert responds with workable solutions.
A Fin24 user who was forced into early retirement is struggling to pay credit card debt amounting to over R109 000. An expert responds.
A Fin24 user asks whether saving is better when debt is paid off or not.
Money Smart Week SA, a financial literacy campaign aimed at motivating and empowering South Africans to become more educated about their finances, is taking place from March 23 to 28, 2020.
Be realistic about the Financial Independence, Retire Early movement, says Elian Wiener.
There are two main drivers which determine if early retirement is even an option for you, says Kerry King, advisory partner at Citadel.
Irrespective of whether you’re attempting the Epic, or setting out on a recreational ride, mountain biking comes with myriad risks. That’s why it’s best for riders to have cover in place every time a ride is planned.
Storing a cash pile under your bed isn’t a good idea, but having cash available for uncertain times or expensive occurrences is essential. After all, markets do crash and unexpected life events can happen.
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