November 3, 2019

Investing series: The power of dividends – create an income

This week’s episode of the My Money My Lifestyle podcast is part of an Investment Series, in which City Press’s personal finance writers focus on investing – and specifically investing for a sustainable income.
October 27, 2019

Cryptocurrency: Is this money, an asset or a get rich quick scheme?

When the City of Joburg reported a breach of its network on Thursday night and shut down its website and all e-services, it was because it had received a ransom demand from a group calling itself the Shadow Kill Hackers.
October 22, 2019

You’re not broke, just pre-rich. Here’s what you need to know

In her book You are Not Broke, Just Pre-Rich, Mapalo Makhu explains that moving towards financial freedom starts with a state of mind.
October 13, 2019

Surviving retrenchment: Your step-by-step guide

Facing retrenchment is a very frightening experience, but you can manage the stress and financial fallout if you have a plan in place.
October 7, 2019

Can you make a living from direct selling?

Have you ever thought of signing up to sell make-up, health drinks or cleaning products to make some extra cash?
October 4, 2019

The 20 year home loan fallacy

In this week’s edition, Maya and Mapalo explain how you can pay your house off as quickly as your car and discuss how easy it is to fall for a scam. The recent raid by the authorities on CoinIt and Commex Minerals highlights the rise of dubious inves
September 8, 2019

Credit facility vs personal loan: Know the difference and save

Maya and Mapalo discuss the dangers of signing up for a credit facility as well as how your partner’s debt can impact your credit score
September 1, 2019

Is your adviser earning their commission?

If you have an investment policy someone is earning commission on it. When did you last speak to your adviser and do you even know who they are?
August 25, 2019

Debt relief bill: Does it really mean your credit will be cleared?

If you think the signing in of the debt relief bill means your debt woes will soon be over, think again. In this week’s My Money My Lifestyle podcast.
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November 10 2019