23.8.2019 01:53 pm
Unfortunately, things often happen that are largely out of our control, and it’s at these moments that we wish we’d paid the small monthly premium.
Sadly, insurance is often viewed as a grudge purchase, and most people say that they just don’t have the money for it.
Ironically, the people who earn the least appear to be the most savvy with their money, while most working people have no money left by the 15th of the month.
A large number of South Africans earning at least R15,000 a month are delaying retirement because they simply can’t afford it, a survey found.
The pensioner’s daughter, who is a lawyer, intends dragging Absa Bank before the Ombudsman and National Credit Regulator.
The problem with ‘set-off’ is that it privileged the banks above other creditors, and often left the debtor with no money to cover essentials costs.
When saving for retirement, it’s important to appreciate what you are working towards, and to understand how much you need to set aside to make sure your health is taken care of.
The taxman targets foreign earnings in excess of R1 million, but taxing South Africans working abroad may be the wrong move.
South Africans are increasingly turning to ‘the crowd’ – not just to help people in need, but to build businesses.
Illicit transactions happen, scams exist, and electronic tokens don’t come with the same safeguards as money kept in bank accounts.
Sars’ proposal is going to have major implications for the many South Africans who work in places around the world but maintain a home here.
FNB have added incentive by doubling fuel rewards if account holders finance their cars through Wesbank, load their vehicles on the FNB app, and fill up at Engen.
FNB is offering additional value across all its accounts, something that it hopes will make customers less likely to switch to rivals.
Other factors which may affect food prices included the domino effect of the trade war between China and the US.