Do you check your supermarket till slip? Don’t just toss it, warns consumer journalist Wendy Knowler.
Life is getting a little crazy for the One Rand Man. With all of his debit orders and credit repayments taken care of, he is left with little money to spend on ...
Sanlam Investments chief executive Johan van der Merwe weighs in on the One Rand Man’s spending behaviour in episode 4. He also shows us how saving a litt...
Episode 4: La Vida Loca
Life is getting a little crazy for the One Rand Man. With all of his debit orders and credit repayments taken care of, he is left with little ...
Ways to save R1 000 a month
Pay less tax by saving more for retir ...
Ask the expert: Week 4
Episode 3: Pay the man
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Laura du Preez, the editor of Personal Finance, talks about what we can learn from episode 3 of the One Rand Man and highlights the impact of living on credit.
In the third episode, things get very real for the One Rand Man. From trying to pay all his cancelled debit orders in R1 coins, to hitting the town with his Tupperware wallet, he is in for interesting times.
Research shows that returns from financial markets do not always follow good economic growth
Provisional tax threshold for taxpayers under the age of 65 may be increased to R30 000
On your death, investments in a tax-free savings account will be added to your estate and be subject to estate duty, amendment bill proposes
The risk versus return trade-off justifies positioning portfolios conservatively, says Nedgroup fund manager Omri Thomas
The financial adviser who was paid R8.4 million in share profits from the scam Relative Value Arbitrage Fund has been ordered to compensate two more clients who lost money in it.
If you were physically to manage and handle your money one rand at a time, you would become preoccupied with it and find that it eventually becomes your master and not your servant.
Reducing your expenses in an attempt to save is a futile exercise unless you actually put the saved amount to work, either by reducing debt or by investing the money
Compound interest can devastate your finances if it works against you in the form of credit costs. Personal Finance looks at the One Rand Man’s spending patterns.
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