Supporting Gogos to support young parents would be the most cost-effective way of repairing our broken social fabric, writes Mamphela Ramphele.
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For South African individual investors, only two products attract significant tax breaks which investors can use to their advantage – retirement annuities (RAs) and tax-free investments (TFIs).
At the end of the year, the temptation to splurge is massive. But this is often a bad idea – here are a few tips on how you can top up your savings and reduce your debt this December.
Parents keeping their kids in 'credit' check.
For parents on a budget.
What does the fast food and financial services sectors have in common? Customers have the same low trust levels for both.
Fin24 readers respond to an in-house survey, which found that 60% of readers were confident that they would be financially comfortable in their retirement.
Borrowing money is so quick, so easy - and so deadly, says Susan Erasmus.
For investors, this is a small step towards positive real interests rates, but coupled with tax we are still some way off achieving a positive after tax real interest rate.
The real reason why people don't save is surprisingly not because they do not have money, says an expert. Watch.
The finances of Britain's households are likely to look a lot healthier later this yeardue to changes in the way national statistics are compiled.
Opening a tax-free savings account for your child might seem like the right thing to do. But is it really?
Using the advice of financial experts, finweek has put together a how-to guide for your retirement. We will be running this as a six-part series.
There is a huge opportunity for financial services organisations to help shift the savings mindset, YellowTail reveals in this infographic.
Feeling exasperated by your scarily low bank account mid-way through the month?
The private sector and government need to work together to fix SA's structural weaknesses to avert a financial collapse, says Sanlam CEO Johan van Zyl.
Savings hero Robert tells how he managed to retire at 52 after using a savings method taught to him by his grandmother.
Tax expert Prof Matthew Lester responds to a Fin24 user's experiences on savings in South Africa being difficult due to tax legislation.
An expert responds to a Fin24 user, who finds that interest on savings is taxed at a potentially high rate and interest rates available to savers are negative in real terms.
An expert lists the top 5 financial mistakes young people make and offers advice on to avoid them.
A new trend is emerging in the ADSL arena, every second Internet Service Provider (ISP) is claiming to offer the fastest, most affordable ADSL.
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