Making a plan for protecting your legacy

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Maryke, like all single parents, needs to plan for her child’s future in case something happens to her. Photo: Liesl Engelbrecht
Maryke, like all single parents, needs to plan for her child’s future in case something happens to her. Photo: Liesl Engelbrecht

MONEY MAKEOVER

Having a plan in place for their children is a priority for our candidates who are parents, writes Maya Fisher-French.

Follow six ordinary South Africans as they take up the Absa/City Press Money Makeover Challenge and undergo a money makeover boot camp over six months. Each candidate has been allocated their own Absa financial adviser. The candidates are required to complete certain financial tasks and to stick to the budgets set out for them.

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