Helen Brain - when your husband dies
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What will happen to your money when your husband dies?

Helen Brain has seen far too many women give up their financial power, and only realise when the will is read.

Woman, Know Thy Money Self
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Woman, know thy money self

In a world according to Kate Wolters, every woman should be financially independent.

7 practical ways to save this Christmas
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Take the “Ka-ching” out of Christmas

Kate Wolters has seven genuinely practical and effective ways to spend less money without making less of Christmas.

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How Black Friday Cured Me From Spaving

Sometimes saving is just spending dressed up nicely, says Marisan Bernard.

All Babies Need Is Love And Insurance
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All babies need is love and life insurance

When a baby is born, its parents are overwhelmed with a sense of joy and responsibility. And your financial priorities shift. For Georgina Guedes, this meant fewer clothes and magazines, and more Babybel cheeses and life insurance.

Freelancer Rates
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How to work out what to charge as a freelancer

Dax Villanueva shares some of the do’s, don’ts, ideas and tips he’s learned flying solo.

How to have a Debt Free Christmas
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How to have a happy (and debt-free) Christmas.

Helen Brain’s December-January has gone slightly non-traditional of late, and it’s working out just fine.

No Fun Shopping
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Save money by shopping where it’s no fun

If you want to save money, Georgina Guedes has worked out that you need to stop going to places that make you want to spend it – especially when you’re buying groceries.

Money Lessons We Learn From Folks
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Money lessons we learn from our folks

We learn money lessons from our parents – whether they know they’re teaching us or not. Nobhongo Gxolo looks at some of the lessons we learn, and how we learn them.

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The miracle of replacing ambition with contentment

When she was 25, Georgina Guedes bought a house. She almost sold it eight years later, and then realised she was making a terrible mistake.