I speak to labour lawyer Michael Bagraim who provides answers to some of the questions we have around UIF.
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With the economic fallout as a result of lockdown, now is the time to evaluate your spending and prioritise where your money should be going.
A provident fund allows you to take the full lump sum at retirement - you are not forced to purchase an annuity. But should you?
They say the lottery is a tax on the mathematically challenged: the chances of winning are really, really small.
Tax-free investment accounts are gaining popularity and should have a place in everybody’s investment plan.
If you're planning on buying a big-ticket item like a television or kitchen appliance using your credit card, then you should consider using the budget facility.
A reader wants advice on where to put an extra R600 that he has available each month for investing.
We spoke to Annelene Dippenaar from credit bureau Compuscan to separate some facts from myths when it comes to your credit score.
Home loans are usually the cheapest form of financing and it may seem like common sense to use this lower interest rate to pay for shorter-term debt like car finance.
Your net worth is a personal balance sheet and provides a good measure of your financial health each year.