An unavoidable expense when planning a holiday, particularly if you're going overseas, is travel insurance.
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How do turn your finances around? This is probably the question asked most frequently by people who are feeling overwhelmed by their financial situation.
How much do you save by paying a deposit on your car? How much tax is in your fuel bill? What does it take to retire early? These are some of the questions discussed in this week's My Money, My Lifestyle podcast.
TymeBank’s digital disruption has already acquired many converts with its easy-to-open accounts and high interest rates, but is it a real disruptor?
What are the pros and cons of taking out funeral cover through a burial home versus going directly through an insurance company?
Banks reverse illegal debit orders, is TymeBank worth the switch, and dispelling those money myths that hold you back from creating wealth ‒ these are some of the topics discussed in this week's My Money, My Lifestyle podcast.
Buying a property off plan is often perceived as a smart option for people looking for a good deal.
From what you need to know before taking out a joint bond, to why you can't take your retirement annuity as a lump sum, Maya Fisher-French and Mapalo Makhu talk about the articles making headlines in the Personal Finance section of City Press.
The start of a new year is a great time to review your finances and saving habits and to check up on your credit profile.
One of the great frustrations for retirees is the fact that they usually pay tax on their retirement income despite having paid tax during their working lives.
Was this budget enough to prevent a credit downgrade and what does that mean for our finances?
Investors in cash have had better real returns in the last two years than any time since the end of the credit crisis fallout in 2010.
From how much can you save by shopping around for funeral cover, to how to pay less tax through investing, Maya Fisher-French and Mapalo Makhu talk about the articles making headlines in the Personal Finance section of City Press.
If you’re looking to earn 13% per annum, a cow could be a great investment.