Make the right choices from the start

The great thing about getting your first paycheque is that you have the opportunity to do the right things before the bad habits kick in. The day that first paycheque hits your bank account you feel like you have finally arrived. But how you manage that money will...

Are banks putting customers first?

Banks were in the spotlight recently with the release of the annual report by the Ombudsman for Banking Services (OBS) and feedback from the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) regarding the banks’ adherence to the Conduct Standard. The draft Conduct Standard...

Today’s extraordinary popular investment delusions

Flagship Asset Management Fund Manager Kyle Wales discusses some modern-day popular investment delusions in which fundamental valuations matter less and less, and prices are simply a function of investor sentiment. These include Tesla, Gamestop, Bitcoin and...

Five tax myths many employees still believe

Tanya Tosen, Tax and Remuneration Specialist at Remuneration Consultants, addresses five tax myths that have become popular over the years. Many employees don't understand the complex tax calculations that payroll applies to their earnings each month and often...

Changes for FNB Gold customers

FNB has announced a new account as part of its annual pricing review, with a focus on banking the family. As from 1 July all FNB Gold customers will be converted to FNB’s new Aspire account. It comes with lower monthly fees – dropping from R109 to R99 – and customers...

How to save on home loan insurance

When applying for a home loan, the bank will insist that you take out home loan insurance to cover the repayments in the event of death, disability, or retrenchment. Evelyn Doubell, Private Wealth Manager at NFB Wealth Management finds that it’s usually cheaper to...

The effects of delaying your retirement

What if you could change your retirement by working just one more year? André Wentzel, Head Client Solutions Savings at Sanlam, explains how delaying your retirement by one, three or five years could fundamentally change your savings and enable a better quality of...

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