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A teachable money spirit can help you get your Chunkuras right!

Another Monday, and another random money Monday rant… Over the last couple of weeks, I came across a number of twitter threads by tweeps who have started their journey to having a better relationship with their money. From becoming debt free to buying shares and properties. LOVELY! Among these positive tweets, I noticed something that was common among all these tweeps. The importance of having a teachable spirit when it comes to your money. Let that marinate, while I elaborate.…

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The Gems that Maya Fisher-French dropped at the Take 5 Series!

Last night, we went to the Johannesburg leg of the Take 5 series by Nedgroup investments. A free hour long talk on tax efficient investing with the successful financial consumer journalist, author and public speaker; Maya Fisher-French. One of our FAVS! Usually most people’s minds go straight to flight mode when the word “TAX” is mentioned. The thought of SARS taking chunks of our molla, whilst trying to understand the numbers, can be depressing. However, Maya’s mix of humour, relatability…

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Wealth Creation is less about saving hacks and more about HABITS!

Last week, I nearly died of laughter for all the wrong reasons. I had come across a thread of saving tips and hacks. From the downright delusional to the unrealistic. It made me realize that there needs to be a major shift in the way that we view wealth creation as young people. It isn’t an overnight thing. Wealth is less about savings and more about habit. A long term commitment. I do admit though that some saving hacks can…

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It’s Savings month, so what must happen now?

Two years ago around this time, I decided to write a scathing blog post at my disappointment in young people and big financial institutions, for their disregard for the importance of financial literacy and the month of July- National Savings month. The blog post was brutal and honest. Like typing “OK”, as a response to an ex’s last text. Two years later and the landscape is slowly changing. THANK GOD! There is a rising group of young people who want…

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