As parents, we know that our children’s financial future starts with us. it’s our responsibility to teach good money lessons by instilling good money habits that will set them up for a financially secure future.
So where do you start? We’ll show you how with these easy-peasy tips:

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Here's how to become financially fit and wealthy:

Summer is almost here! Most of us are working hard to get in shape for the season, and with beach days, braai’s and long summer nights, it’s also a great time to start prepping financially so you can enjoy the summer season without the stress.

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Teaching your child to save from a young age can set them up for a great financial future. Saving money is a difficult task to learn, some adults have yet to master it. This means that teaching your children how to save is of great importance.

Here are some simple tips on how to teach your children how to save for their futures.

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Prepare for anything: What is the significance of the marriage contract that you sign?

As the wedding day draws closer many couples sign a contract that they don’t know much about due to the excitement on the fast-approaching special day. Make sure you understand the impact this contract can make in the future.

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Here’s how to avoid holiday debt.

For many, holiday debt is just part of the festive season. Along with leave days, decorating the tree and exchanging gifts with family and friends, a lot of consumers are also adding debt into their traditions. Long-standing debt can hurt family finances, and yet many people simply get caught up in the festive spirit or get lured by those one-time deals.

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Tips that can help you have a great festive season on a budget.

We’re all caught up in the season of giving and it’s easy to lose track of what you’ve purchased and how much it all costs.

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A lower Rand is a reason of real concern as it hits us right in the pocket.

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Consumers affected by debt

Last week we saw the petrol price increase to above R16 per litre for the first time in South Africa – the biggest fuel hike in our country’s history. The Automobile Association also noted that toll fees have risen between 6% and 7%.

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Before buying your first home - read these tips!

Save up for a deposit:

One of the most important things you can do to increase your chances in obtaining a bond at a good rate is to have a decent deposit to put down. The more money you put in at the beginning, the less you will owe and the more inclined a bank will be to take a risk on you.

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Benefit of savings!

35% of South Africans pay their loans irregularly and/or when they can. There is also an increase in the number of people who are only making their minimum repayment on credit cards*

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