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Compound your compound interest

How to get your investment running while not paying too much in fees.

Making investment decisions in uncertain times

Business confidence is necessary for growth, but it takes a bit of growth to boost confidence.

Tax-free savings: Check out what the experts hold

SA's personal finance community opens up.

The importance of having a well-structured will

And why it needs to be updated every year or at least with every life event that occurs.

A costly car radio for my Kedibone

My first financial mistake.

SA’s unsecured loan boom leaves 40% of borrowers in default

Nearly 8m South Africans have taken out a combined R225bn of loans without collateral.

Four ‘financial self-care’ tips for women

When it comes to taking care of one's overall health and budget, less is definitely more.

Most women play no role in financial planning

'Everyone is just surviving day to day, not really thinking about the future and, therefore, not really saving or planning.'

‘Women make better investors’

Crue Invest's Devon Card on women's wealth-building challenges, retirement savings, employees pension funds and building emergency funds.

What’s keeping clients up? Debt, debt and more debt

Crue Invest director Gareth Collier on cutting debt, savings tips, succession planning and why schools must teach financial literacy.

How do I become debt-free?

If the interest rate on your car loan is higher than that of your home loan, consider using your access bond to pay off your vehicle in full.

How fathers can make Father’s Day count

There's an opportunity for dad to put the time together to good use.

How to keep yourself in and out of hot water

Geysers account for up to 50% of a typical electricity bill.

Do accountants need help with their own financial planning?

How CAs can get the best ‘savings start’ so they don’t have to play catch-up down the line.

Does your spouse know how much you earn?

Consider how much you are sharing about your finances.



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