Before you entrust your money to someone else to invest, check their credentials, and understand how returns are earned.
With the advent of "smart" bank cards, the functionality of cheque cards and debit cards has converged.
The financial advice ombud says her ability to protect consumers is being undermined by Financial Services Board Appeal Board decisions
The industry is long overdue for the public probe that is about to launch. A consumer rights lawyer lists some of the problems.
The Department of Health and Council for Medical Schemes have embarked on a major review of the minimum benefits that all medical schemes must provide
Money market funds have proved reliable vehicles for investors needing a short-term parking place for cash when markets are choppy.
It depends on your type of cover, as well as the terms and conditions of your policy, whether you will be compensated for fire damage
10 tips for teaching your kids smart financial habits
There are various options when investing a lump sum, depending on what it is intended for and your appetite for risk.
Investment analysts agree that uncertainty and volatility will continue to characterise the world’s financial markets this year.
Insurance companies are unlikely to be entirely happy about proposed changes to the Policyholder Protection Rules.
But is the asset manager set to win the Raging Bull Award manager of the year?
We’re all prone to the urge to splurge, but doing it on credit, as so many young people tend to do, is particularly damaging.
A project to stem the abuse of the debit order payment system has been postponed.
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