Discussing “what will happen if we get divorced”, particularly financially, is a conversation that is often avoided before entering into a marriage agreement because it is deemed unromantic or tainting a marriage before it’s even started. But...
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There is a lot of misinformation circulating in the South African expatriate community, perpetuated by service providers using scare tactics and promoting what will benefit them over what is best for expats at large. Here are some facts.
Forget retirement and start thinking out of the box!
With the cost of education rising, parents are increasingly considering homeschooling as an alternative. But how much can it really save you?
Sanlam and Absa have emerged as the top-ranked medical top-up ‒ often referred to as ‘gap cover’‒ providers in South Africa, according to the first ever ranking of these product providers, conducted by leading wealth and advisory firm GTC.
During tough times, it’s not uncommon for businesses to go bust as they battle to make ends meet. What are your rights when a company goes bust after you parted with money for a service or product?
When pawning an asset or borrowing money, be very careful about who you are dealing with, understand the terms of the loan and the risk taken and also make sure you know the rules under the National Credit Act as to the fees that are allowed to...
Makhosonke Buthelezi, director of communication and marketing at the Unemployment Insurance Fund, answers some questions relating to the new online UIF claiming process.
Millions of South Africans don’t have a bank account, mostly because they are dissuaded by high fees and the inability to access their money, particularly in remote areas. But banks are trying to change this.
Both Momentum and Liberty recently released their claim statistics, revealing some concerning trends especially relating to cancer and claims among younger clients.