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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Are you a stay at home mom or thinking of making that move? Wondering where to start?

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Savings tips

We all know that sometimes the hardest thing about saving money is just getting started, especially when living expenses are high and/or you’re in debt.

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Here are some simple tips to save money daily!

1. Research the banks to determine which account to open      

Look around for which bank offers the best interest rates on your cheque and savings accounts. Some banks offer good rates to new customers. Some of the best deals can be found by just picking up the phone or even researching the bank online for the best deals.

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Financially responsible kids: Where to start?

All parents want the best for their children. They want them to do well in school, be well-liked among their peer groups and also develop strong relationships and social circles. As parents, we know that one day, our little child will head out into the big world on their own and we want to give them all the right tools to succeed. It’s our responsibility to instil good money lessons in them. Kids should be given the right tools to lay a foundation of financial success and debt-free life. This is why teaching children about money management is very important.

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Learn how to create a successful budget

Elizabeth Warren, named by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world coined the "50/30/20 rule" for savings and expenses with her daughter Amelia Warren Tyagi.

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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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