Our qualified financial advisors in Johannesburg address the topic of free financial advice offered by banks and why you need a qualified financial advisor.
Although banks often have a qualified financial advisor on their premises, their advisory services are vastly different to that of the bank teller.
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There are many metaphors that can be used to describe the well-accepted idea of one becoming the product of one’s environment.
Ultimately, when we take an honest glance at ourselves, we begin to notice that we all display certain characteristics which we have absorbed from the people we spend the most time with.
Many South African women believe that achieving financial freedom is nothing more than an elaborate dream.
In fact, research indicates that approximately one-third of wealthy women believe that the stock market is too risky for them.
Olemera offers effective and professional financial planning in Johannesburg. We use a carefully formulated plan which takes into consideration each client’s individual financial circumstances.
By assessing a client’s unique situation, we can ensure that we provide the best possible advice or recommendations with regards to their current financial situation and future.
Out of all the financial planners in Johannesburg, Olemera takes the time to establish a healthy relationship with our clients, building a foundation of trust and transparency.
Many people wonder if having a financial planner is necessary and often try to manage their finances independently.
Olemera provides quality financial planning in Johannesburg. We understand that managing one’s finances can be challenging. Therefore, we have made it our mission to develop success driven methods to help you achieve financial success in 2019.
Since all the rules and regulations which govern the medical aid industry have become stricter over the years, it is crucial to know what you are getting yourself into when changing medical aids.
If you are feeling the crunch of the depressed global economy and trapped in never-ending debt repayments, the idea of getting out of the debt trap with just R200 may sound too good to be true.
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