Don’t rush into debt review

While debt review can be a lifeline for an over-indebted consumer, it should not be entered into lightly. You need to be aware that once you enter debt review, you cannot apply for new credit, and you cannot exit debt review until all your debts are settled. There is...

Listen: Global investing made easy

In this podcast Maya (@mayaonmoney) speaks to Warren Ingram (@warreningram), financial planner at Galileo Capital about his new book Global Investing Made Easy. Warren shares his insights into the investment decisions we make, and those we should be making.

It’s time to spring clean your finances

“When you don’t know where your money is, when you have no filing system for your important documents, when you dive into your pocketbook to pull out crumpled bills, when your car looks like a garbage can, when your closets are filled with junk and clutter you cannot...

Funeral policy fraud on the increase

When fraudsters access your personal information, they can use this information to take out a funeral policy in your name, and then claim benefits on the policy using a fake death certificate and other supporting documentation. “Finding out you are the victim of a...

SARS issues guidance on crypto assets

On 27 August 2021, SARS provided further guidance on the correct tax treatment of crypto assets and how this must be declared in people’s tax returns. SARS published a document on its website entitled Crypto Assets & Tax. The publication should perhaps best be...

Self-service facility for GEPF members

Technology is making it easier for GEPF members and pensioners to keep track of their pension information and claims process. By downloading the new GEPF self-service mobile app onto your device, you can remove the frustration of standing in long queues at GEPF...

Video: Being rich vs being wealthy

In his book The Psychology of Money, Morgan Housel writes about the difference between being rich and being wealthy. He defines riches as an income you earn, because that allows you to take on the debt to buy that R800 000 car or R40 000 handbag. Wealth on the other...

Listen: Top tips for financially savvy kids

Maya (@mayaonmoney) chats to certified financial planner Gugu Sidaki (@gugusidaki) about ways to skill our children so that they can better manage money as adults. Gugu is author of My 3 Piggies, a series of books for kids all about money. Also listen to this podcast,...

Treasury’s solution to early withdrawal

As part of its ongoing retirement reform process, National Treasury is proposing the introduction of a two-bucket retirement system to provide for shorter and longer-term needs. John Anderson, executive at Alexander Forbes, says it may work along the same percentages...

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