From how to settle your balloon payment to whether to cash in your pension, Maya Fisher-French and Mapalo Makhu talk about the articles making headlines in the Personal Finance section of City Press.
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If you want to reduce debt and increase savings in 2019, take some simple steps now to make it easier to reach your goals.
I have no doubt that without budgeting every month and maintaining strict financial discipline, our family would have become another credit statistic.
The tax exemption on South African expatriates is set to change on 1 March 2020, and will result in seriously increased tax liability for many South African who earn income overseas.
From how to invest with as little as R500 to how to save money by using credit, Maya Fisher-French and Mapalo Makhu talk about the articles making headlines this week in the Personal Finance section of City Press.
Some consumers are complaining about The Entertainer, a paid-for app that gives discounts on spa days and offers 2-for-1 deals on meals.
A bruising 2018 on stock markets has unlocked some excellent buying opportunities. Here are three ideas for shares to add to your portfolio this year.
If you’ve worked hard and gone above and beyond for your employer, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t ask for a raise. But there’s timing and strategy involved.
Expected changes to the income tax laws in March 2019 will allow people who emigrate before they reach retirement date more flexibility to withdraw their retirement funds when they leave the country
Most short-term debt is simply a lack of planning. So, this year, instead of taking on more debt, plan for those money moments by saving in a high interest savings or money market account.