Your income post retirement

Retirement is known as the best years of your life and a time to look forward to, the final breakaway from the employment rat race. Sadly the truth is that most retirees have to work past their retirement age in order to acquire enough capital

How business’s can also save money

With the all the increases taking place and more and more people having to save money where ever they can, it’s no wonder that business are using creative cost cutting methods. If you’re a business owner looking for another way to pinch some pennies, perhaps

13 tips for a successful job hunt

The start of a new year can be both an exciting and daunting time. This is especially true if you’ve just finished high school or your tertiary studies and you are now looking to enter into the job market. But as you will soon find

An attitude of gratitude

Financially speaking, we know that things are getting a little out of hand when we start referring to the Festive Season, as the Silly Season. Between parties and presents it’s easy for adults and kids to slip into a ‘more, more, more’ mentality. How do

Make your children money wise

There is more to teaching children about money that just giving them pocket money. Teaching your children to save, and the value of money is one of the most important lessons for anyone to learn. Lessons about money should start at a preschool age. As

Increase the chance of your marriage surviving

Really. That’s it. That’s the one thing you can do that will dramatically improve the chances of you and your spouse staying happily married. Why? “Money trouble destroys marriages and lives. It can be a source of very real stress.” says Warren Ingram, author of

The cost of extra mural activities

They tell you how much to expect to pay towards school fees, uniforms and books but if you have a child of school going age, then you know there’s so much more you need to invest in the school other than the subjects he or