Craig Torr of Crue Invest discusses how soon-to-be stay-at-home parents should handle their retirement savings when resigning, whether the family budget should factor in the parent’s retirement funding, the cover they need to secure their retirement, and how unmarried stay-at-home parents can protect themselves in this situation.
Gareth Collier from Crue Invest discusses whether a retirement portfolio with alternatives can outperform one without, some assets to consider, the risks to be aware of – and what percentage to allocate to such holdings.
Craig Torr, CFP at Crue Invest, discusses how much you need to save for your child’s secondary and tertiary education, the best product to achieve this, how to save for a nest egg to set them up and the options available for parents to kickstart their child’s investment journey.
Eric Jordaan, CFP at Crue Invest, discusses marital contracts available in SA, the costs of having an antenuptial contract drafted, how the contracts affect your financial planning, and whether you can change your contract after getting married.
Gareth Collier, certified financial planner at Crue Invest, discusses business opportunities you can explore and the best way to fund your side hustle, along with tax and estate planning considerations.
Eric Jordaan, CFP at Crue Invest, discusses the options available to you when faced with retrenchment, including how to handle your retirement funds, reprioritising your budget, and when credit protection plans come into play.
The financial planning and investment world is filled with technical jargon that can often hinder first-time investors. Craig Turton, certified financial planner at Easy Equities, explains some of these terms.
The current economic climate has led some people to consider dipping into their retirement funds to access capital. But what exactly can you use these funds for, and what percentage of your savings can you access? Devon Card, a certified financial planner at Crue Invest, provides clarity on this.