The Greatest Investment Ever 🥇

Warren Buffett is one of the most successful investors in the world and has personally amassed over $80 billion during his successful career. He was once asked what he thinks the greatest investment was and his answer surprised many people.

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Landing your dream job

Our careers and making money are interwoven. Before we can think of saving, spending and investing, we need to make money. Passive income is great but to have a large enough source of passive income, we often need to have an active job. Finding a job is difficult and, sadly, the increase in unemployment has… Read more →

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Claiming Tax Deductions While Working From Home 🏡

With the “new” normal quickly becoming just normal, working temporarily or permanently from home is starting to become a reality. If you’ve made the transition, you may be wondering if you’ll be able to claim any tax deductions for any work from home-related expenses.  Are you an employee?Running your own business as a sole proprietor,… Read more →

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Saving money with limited sacrifices

When exploring ways to save or earn a little more money becomes more work than it’s worth, it’s time to re-evaluate your thinking. Saving money should be simple and when it’s not, we don’t often follow through. That’s why we’ve put together a few of the easiest ways to save, starting right now. These tips… Read more →

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Starting from Zero 📝

Last week, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivered an emergency budget which comes as a result of the economic impact caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Some of the highlights which came from the speech include: our economy being on course to experience its biggest contraction in 90 years, tax revenue collection being behind target by R35 billion and… Read more →

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Money saving hacks

Everybody wants to save money, but actually saving money is difficult. It’s natural to feel like saving money is a sacrifice, as we are deferring present spending for use in an uncertain future. Struggling to actively make changes to your spending habits will often leave you frustrated.  However, by not saving you are constantly having… Read more →

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Good As Used 🚙

If you were considering buying a car before lockdown and you still have the ability to do so, now would be a good time to do so. The used car market has experienced large price declines as a result of the lower demand caused by the lockdown. Vehicle financing is also looking cheaper with our repo… Read more →

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Debt Repayment Strategies: The Debt Snowball

Given South Africa’s geographic location, snow is hard to come by for the average citizen. However, snow does occasionally fall in some parts of the country when the colder weather passes – you can actually see live webcams here. We won’t be focusing on real snow today, but rather on the analogy and methodology behind… Read more →

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Flying Not So High 🛫

Amidst a halt on flights for almost two months due to the nationwide lockdown, SA’s fragile aviation industry is now on the long road to recovery after seeing revenue fall close to zero while they continued spending money on maintenance, repaying debt and staff salaries. After the great recession of 2008, the airline industry took five… Read more →

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Exposing the secrets to becoming wealthy

Many of us dream about being wealthy. It feels great but this feeling often fades before we’ve even gotten out of bed. Maybe someday you’ll think of the next great business idea which could turn you into the next self-made millionaire. However, building wealth isn’t about putting your hopes into “someday”. Neither does it require as… Read more →

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Identifying Good Money Habits 🏅

For most of us, having excess money to invest and save at the end of the month seems nearly impossible. Being told to be frugal and trying to not spend money on things we want is easier said than done. With money being perceived as limiting and associated with what we “CAN’T” do rather than… Read more →