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25 Jul 2006

Money matters. Advice welcomed
Asking for advice. I recovered from a bad spell of debt recently by selling off a property. There were many factors contributing to my slipping into debt, the main one being my inability to work with money. After coming clean I now have a stand and approx R90 000 cash to work with. My monthly income suffices in covering all my expenses and leaves me with approx R5 000 surplus and a retirement benefit. The apartment I’m staying in is jointly owned by my ex and myself and for staying there I keep the monthly instalments up to date. How do I go about spending this money wisely in an ethical fashion ? I don’t want to get caught up in “get rich quickly schemes”. Any Gurus out there to advise me on the matter ? I know property is a good wicket, but is R90 000 enough to start afresh ? I’m turning 44 soon.
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