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Protecting the biggest investment you are likely to make in your...

Are you thinking of buying property? It is a big investment and needs careful consideration. Once the finance is approved on your dream home, you need to be able to keep it safe along with the belongings housed within it as well.

Mind over money

They say money can’t buy you happiness. But does happiness (or at the very least, a sound mind) help prevent poor financial decisions?

Leading with purpose – lessons we can take from Jerry Maguire

Nearly 30 years after its release in 1996, Jerry Maguire is still one of the most quotable movies of all time. Who can forget, “Show me the money”? But beyond spawning one of the most famous lines in movie history, the movie is also full of lessons on leading with purpose. 

Monitoring, evaluation and compliance – the unsung hero of CSI

All eyes were on the President’s recent cabinet reshuffle; the vast majority of which was to see who would be appointed the new Minister of Electricity; responsible for putting an end to South Africa's load shedding woes. But amid all the noise (and Instagram memes!), you might have missed some interesting additions to the cabinet, including a new Deputy Minister for the Department for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation.

What millennial parents are getting right (and wrong) when it comes...

Despite getting a bad rap in the past, millennials – defined as those born between 1981 – 1986 – are now all grown up. And, for an age group that was once unfairly dubbed the most narcissistic generation of all time, they’re actually pretty good parents.

Splurging, squirrelling or spending-savvy – what’s your money love language?

You might have heard of the ‘love languages’, referring to the different ways that people show – and in turn – want to experience love. Want sweet-somethings whispered in your ear? Words of affirmation are your love language.

Advantages of starting to plan for a retirement at an early...

Retirement planning is one of the most important parts of your financial journey, but it is often neglected or postponed until close to retirement age. Starting to plan for retirement is easier when you are still young, and you have few financial responsibilities.

FSCA highlights a decline in consumer financial control as the holidays...

After a long, hard year, many of us look forward to charging full steam into the festive season; spending and spoiling ourselves and our loved ones with abandon. And when it comes time to deal with the consequences of our financial decisions…well, isn’t that what January is for?

Early-stage entrepreneurship – making it through the first few years

With entrepreneurship critical to SA’s economic recovery, there are resources to help aspiring entrepreneurs get ahead. Entrepreneurship has been hailed as the key to South Africa’s economic recovery – and the good news is that all signs point to it being on the rise.

Side effects of volunteering that will make you better at what...

Make no mistake: it is a wonderful thing to do a good deed purely for the sake of helping someone else – this is altruism at its best. But, if that same good deed that helps another inadvertently benefits you in some way, then surely that’s even better?


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