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The true cost of delaying your retirement planning

When it comes to financial planning for retirement, the sooner you start saving and investing the more money you'll have.

Investing in property for retirement

How much property exposure should be part of your retirement?

How do you know if you have enough saved for retirement

People must have the conversation about what retirement will look like for them.

Insure yourself for major medical events first

Supplement your medical aid with more affordable insurance cover.

Managing medical expenses in retirement

What do we need to think about when it comes to selecting coverage in retirement?

Does the way we think about retirement still make sense?

A lot has changed.

Even if you have debt, start saving, no matter how small

Develop saving as a habit, advises John Anderson from Alexander Forbes.

Why retirement planning is particularly important for women

The so-called 'pink tax' is one of several obstacles they face, says Faeeza Khan, legal marketing specialist at Liberty.

Do I have enough to retire?

The most important thing is to have a plan.

Investment returns: It’s not all bad news

There may be some attractive local opportunities.

South Africans are known to be poor savers

How the Asian Tigers spoke to then finance minister Trevor Manuel about personal savings – a chat with the SA Savings Institute’s Gerald Mwandiambira.

Leaving an inheritance versus spending every cent

Lesego Monareng – director and certified financial planner, Klu Wealth and Legacy Management.

Aligning one’s values and life goals

Vangile Makwakwa from Wealthy Money discusses spending and investing in alignment with one’s values and life goals.

Face up to your retirement fears

The single biggest mistake most people make is not harnessing the power of compound interest to pay for their retirement, says Craig Gradidge from Gradidge-Mahura Investments.



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