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How to Save Money and the Importance of Emergency Funds

During these times, as we face unprecedented global and economical challenges, the importance of knowing how to save money has become increasingly clear.

It’s usually uncertainty that brings about change. However, it’s this very uncertainty that reminds us to be smart about our financial activity even during times of certainty.

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Coronavirus Safety Measures from Olemera Financial Advisor South Africa

Olemera Financial Advisor South Africa would like to join the conversation around the ever-present COVID-19.

As we aim to educate ourselves on safety measures and precautions, we find it equally crucial to share such information with our readers so that we can work together to actively mitigate the spread of this infectious virus.

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Tax Savings in South Africa – 3 Ways to Save with Tax Deductions

There are many ways to improve your tax savings strategy and with the end of the financial year fast approaching, you may want to take advantage where you can.

Furthermore, these tax-saving methods can help you in the upcoming fiscal year and beyond.

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Making the Most of Your Retirement Annuity

Many South Africans may be wondering how to make the most of their retirement annuity, especially as the end of the tax year approaches.

South African residents and ex-pats have until the 28th of February to take advantage of a government incentive aimed to encourage them to save for their retirement using a retirement annuity (RA).

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Financial Consultant in Johannesburg Talks About Leaving a Legacy

If you’re looking for a financial consultant in Johannesburg that can provide you with sound advice to help you leave behind a legacy, then you have come to the right place.

Many people want to be well-known, loved and respected during their lives but few have thought about what they will leave behind.

Have you ever asked yourself “what do I want to be remembered for?”

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Season’s Greetings from Olemera Financial Planning in Johannesburg

Olemera has been offering financial planning in Johannesburg for many years and we would like to take this opportunity to thank our clients for supporting us along our journey.

We know that there are hundreds of financial advisors to choose from in Johannesburg so we want to say thank you for choosing us.

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Gap Cover in South Africa - Make it Part of Your Financial Plan

You’ve heard about gap cover but you might still be wondering why you would need it if you are already a member of a medical aid.

In this article, we discuss gap cover and everything you need to know about it, including what it is and why it could be a smart financial decision to make for you and your family.

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The Importance of a Life Insurance Policy and Disability Planning

Investing in a life insurance policy as well as disability insurance cover is one of the most important things you can do for your family.

Many people believe that having policies means that they are wastefully spending their money rather than investing it. However, policies like these are some of the most responsible ways to use your money.

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Tips for Careful Estate Planning to Protect your Legacy

Estate planning is an essential part of the overall financial strategy to secure a financially stable and sustainable future.

There are many parts that make up the whole, all of which need to be addressed in order to protect the legacy you leave behind and all the rightful heirs and beneficiaries.

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Financial Advice and Tips for the Modern-Day Woman

With more focus being placed on gender equality through equal job opportunities and shared responsibility, financial advice for modern women is more important now than ever before.

Women are more driven to be financially independent than ever before. This means that the modern-day woman no longer feels compelled to depend on her partner or anyone else for financial support.

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