Podcast | My Money | Will you have early access to your pension next year?

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This episode looks at how vested rights will affect your existing retirement assets. Photo: iStock
This episode looks at how vested rights will affect your existing retirement assets. Photo: iStock

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National Treasury has released draft legislation around early access to pension funds and the so-called two-pot system.

In this podcast, personal finance expert Maya Fisher-French speaks to retirement reform expert Rowan Burger about how the two-pot system will work.

They dispel myths around early access and explain how vested rights will affect your existing retirement assets.

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