Our recent article on estate planning and wills generated interesting questions from readers in terms of divorce and death, highlighting how important estate planning is when it comes to financial planning
If a driver jumps a stop sign and crashes into you, you could find yourself liable for damages, writes Maya Fisher-French
The cost of death in a family is often the start of a debt trap. #Trending looks into funeral policies.
Deciding to start a small business can be a daunting prospect, but if you learn as much as you can and never give up, you can succeed, writes Maya Fisher-French.
Not formalising your relationship could cost you more than you realise because the papers you sign when you get married define what happens to your finances while you are together, writes Maya Fisher-French.
Underlying investments such as shares or bonds will make a difference to what you get out.
Updated legislation will prevent consumers from robbing Peter to pay Paul, writes Maya Fisher-French.
Much has been made about the new tax hikes and increased fuel levy, but there are other changes in the budget that will affect your fiscal strategy, writes Maya Fisher-French.
Despite an investigation into the rates charged by credit providers for insurance, borrowers are still paying high rates for credit insurance. writes Maya Fisher-French.
After nearly 11 years of engaging with readers across many publications, I realised that while there are many books that cover the theory behind creating a financial plan and offer encouragement to do so, what was really needed was a money book that offered practical advice on how to implement a money plan.
Whether it’s fees, a study loan or trying to access your savings, the financial decisions you make affect your financial health in the long term. City Press looks at a few of the issues facing readers this month.
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I’m busy working on Saturday’s babalaas when I get an SMS from a government spin doctor: “King Goodwill Zwelithini is going to talk about the xenophobia at KwaHlongwa near Maphumulo in a couple of hours’ time.”
I want to express my utter disgust at what has happened in South Africa recently and would like to clarify a few economic reasons that cause xenophobia.
South Africa was galvanised into saying #StopTheHate this past week.