Are you financially fat or are you financially fit? A guest post from a 40-something year old who left his
A slight deviation from the usual personal finance posts, here’s one on pet insurance and why you should consider it.
Which one is in charge? “Your money or your life?” Which would you choose? “Life”, I’m sure most would say.
The power of compounding interest and its beneficial outcomes for those on the fortunate side of the finance equation is a
Ever thought to retire like a tortoise? May sound silly but it’s the idea of a long term retirement plan.
You probably have some debt – and that’s fine. You do however need a plan to pay off debt and here we offer two strategies to choose from, or use a combo.
Capital Gains Tax for retirees and how it affects them when selling their homes after 30 or 40 years, when the property has greatly increased in value.
You know when you go to buy bread and milk and end up with a bag full of goods for R300? How can you shop wisely and save money?
Money is a funny thing. When you don’t have it, you stress about paying bills; when you have it, you worry about losing it. Are financial advisers worth it?
It’s often good to find a financial adviser and get some professional advice. But beware of the salesman and snake-oil merchants though.
So how do you choose the best gap cover? It really depends on your own circumstances but there are some key elements to consider.
If you’re wondering how gap cover works, you’re not alone! Medical Aid covers healthcare professions up to a limit, but they charge more. Hence a gap.
Gap cover is the insurance you need for the difference between what the medical aid will pay for a procedure or specialist versus what they actually charge