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An increasing number of homeowners who have lived in large family homes for 15 or 20 years are now selling and moving to smaller properties.

Personal Finance What Trump’s presidency can tell us about the JSE and investor behaviour

Americans who shied away from the stock market after his election because of their political attitudes would have missed out on an exceptional period of returns.

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As the demand for OTC Forex in South Africa is increasing, so are the risks for the investors. There are some factors that need to considered before trading Forex online.

Crime Financial scams – how to avoid becoming a victim

SA is something of a hotbed for fraud and scams.

Personal Finance Twenty tips to improve your finances in 2020

It’s time to set and stick to your new year resolutions around finance.

Personal Finance Co-ownership as a way to get a foot on the property ladder

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Personal Finance An important date with the taxman is around the corner

The February payment is the most crucial for provisional taxpayers – and don’t assume that you aren’t one.

Personal Finance Don’t have your car insurance claim rejected over the silly season

It is important to make sure that your policy information is up to date and that your car is in good working condition and compliant with the rules of the road.

Celebrities How musicians can be financially savvy over the festive season 

Multi-platinum and gold pop artist Trésor explains the significance of royalty income for those working in a precarious industry.

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Most people are well aware of the importance of life insurance and, to some degree, cover for dread disease and disability, but they are less so when it comes to income protection policies.

Personal Finance Creating and sticking to a back-to-school financial checklist

Your January pocket will thank you for having a plan and sticking to it.

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Personal Finance South Africans took full advantage of Black Friday and spent R6bn

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