A viewer asked us if it was possible to accumulate R1.1 million within five years by saving R8 250 per month.
Tag - Money Matters
A Money Matters viewer wants to know where a wannabe investor should be investing.
if you are disciplined and pay off your credit card in full each month, then you could save on transaction fees and get other benefits from using your card.
Have you ever found yourself trying to save money by not buying a takeaway coffee, but then you just end up blowing R1 500 on a designer shirt or R3 000 on a new pair of sneakers?
Buying a house is a lot more expensive than just being able to afford the monthly repayment and having a 10% deposit. These are some of the costs you need to consider.
Most short-term debt is simply a lack of planning. So, this year, instead of taking on more credit, plan for those money moments by starting a contingency fund in a high interest savings account.
We invest our money because we want it to grow or give us an income. But depending on what you invest in, there are different types of investment returns.
An unavoidable expense when planning a holiday, particularly if you're going overseas, is travel insurance.
One of the great frustrations for retirees is the fact that they usually pay tax on their retirement income despite having paid tax during their working lives.
One of the more frequent questions people ask is whether or not to use a lump sum to pay off debt.