The rand recovered on #Elections2016 sentiment, but that’s no reason to rush out and splash your cash, writes Nicola Mawson.
Fincheck says don’t put it in the bank, rather look at other options.
Cassper Nyovest and Pearl Thusi are living their best life.
As national savings month draws to a close, Standard Bank looks at collective savings schemes as a viable alternative to traditional one.
Danie Venter offers five tips on how to cut down on expenses and get into saving.
Since the introduction of a financial wellness programme at Anglo Platinum, employees have saved over R28 million annually on debt installments.
Don’t allow your hard-earned savings to suffer during the downtimes, writes Michelle Beetar.
Now is not the time to take desperate measures such as entering ‘get rich quick’ schemes, writes Peter Dempsey.
Women are 80 percent more likely than men to be impoverished at age 65 and older, according to researchers.
Judy Snyman details some of the ways individuals and, in some instances, companies and trusts can reduce their income tax liability.
Almost half of all households are saving less than they were a year ago, according to the latest Old Mutual Savings and Investment Monitor.
According to the World Bank, South Africans are the world’s biggest borrowers, as 86 percent of South Africans are in debt.
Consumers are still less confident now than what they were during the 2008/09 economic crisis and recession.
Are your finances strong enough to weather the economic fallout from a major crisis?
You can be someone who saves diligently, yet you may never manage to accumulate wealth.