There is much you need to know about changes to be introduced next year, but these reforms are not to be feared.
In the second in a series on how to get the most out of your short-term insurance policy, Personal Finance, in association with Santam, examines common pitfalls...
Expectations of good governance could make you vulnerable to financial loss if you join a non-profit organisation and something goes wrong.
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Archbishop Desmond Tutu has urged Dutch pension fund ABP, the world's third largest, to divest from three Israeli banks.
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Algeria to launch R2.8 trillion plan
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South Africa's rand strengthened for a second day against the US dollar.
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Wall Street flat at record levels
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US futures slightly higher
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Not having access to his bank and credit cards for a month and living on cash only has changed the way he sees money, the One Rand Man says.
In our final coverage of the adventures of Sanlam’s One Rand Man, we look at common misconceptions young professionals tend to have about their finances.
If the One Rand Man went to a financial planner, the planner would analyse his financial status, taking stock of what he has, and compare it with what he needs.
What to read in the print edition of Personal Finance on Saturday, August 2, 2014.
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