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Cape Town - The world is seeing a move away from “business as usual”, but ultimately, as much as things change, they have a way of staying the same, according to Danie Venter (CFP®), advisory partner at Citadel.

"Set those goals for 2017 and plan accordingly. Start with ensuring that you don’t overspend this festive season. Have a budgeted approach to tackling the holiday spend and try your best to apply your festive season bonus – if you are lucky enough to get one – effectively," said Venter.

"Cash is king and cash flow even more so. Paying off your debt sooner than later will allow you to establish that investment portfolio you’ve been putting off."

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