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While many people may not give taxes much thought until it's time to file their returns, taking a proactive approach to tax planning can help you save money and make the most of your investments.
Our financial advisors have learned over the years that financial planning does not have to be over-complicated and although it may feel overwhelming to some, all it really comes down to is taking small, calculated steps towards a bright and stable financial future.
With the year coming to a speedy end, we thought it would be wise to share some tips on how to spend your bonus this year. Spoiler alert – we don’t want you to spend it at all. Instead, we want you to use it in ways that will help you reach your goals.
Although there are countless benefits of working with a financial planner, we are going to look at four that stand out, especially when it comes to retirement planning.
Business insurance is important for all business owners, regardless of the size of your business. Whether you are running a small, family-owned business or a large corporation, the risk of financial loss is equally great and can be devastating.
Car insurance is one of the most important types of short-term insurance you can have because there is a certain degree of risk that comes with owning your own car. In this article, we discuss car insurance in South Africa, what it covers, and why you should have it.
In this article, we take a look at the role a financial advisor plays in working towards and achieving financial independence in today’s difficult economic climate.
In our previous article, we talk about what financial independence means to different people. In this article, we discuss the benefits of financial independence that can be enjoyed right now instead of waiting until the age of 65.
The general rule with spending money is that you should only spend what you can afford to spend, on things that you really need. And, if you cannot afford to buy what you really need right now, take a few months to save up for it, rather than taking out unnecessary credit.
Although not all debt is bad, it’s important to know that even good debt can become bad if it’s not managed smartly and you cannot afford to pay it. The unfortunate reality is that South Africa is one of the countries with the most debt in the entire world. What’s worse is that South Africans tend not to save much either.
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