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Money Makeover: Making plans for bigger dreams

Jul 22, 2020

Money Makeover: Making plans for bigger dreams“Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway.” – Earl Nightingale

The true motivation behind financial freedom is to have the money to live our dreams – we just need a plan to get us there. While our Absa/City Press Money Makeover contestants have focused on shorter-term goals over the last six months, they are now putting in place a plan for those bigger dreams. Read all about it here.

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Maya Fisher-French author of Money Questions Answered

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