2020 brought with it some unrelenting challenges and hardships as we watched how a single virus changed everything, almost overnight. However, as we approach the holiday season, now is a great time to reflect and be grateful for everything that we still have.
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With a new year approaching, we could start this chapter on a brand-new page, with new habits and a new way of thinking about our personal finances.
There are many things to consider when you think about that double salary landing in your bank account and we know there is always the urge to splurge – but our financial advisors encourage you to put some thought into it before you start swiping.
Our financial advisors in Johannesburg can help you develop and refine a perfect, comprehensive financial plan that will help you reach your short- and long-term financial goals.
To be successful doesn’t mean that you need to be a multi-millionaire, or that you should have a beach front mansion and 5 expensive cars. Success is subjective and there is no one size fits all approach to measuring it.
Short-term insurance is as important as long-term or life insurance as it protects you against unexpected events such as theft, accidents and natural disasters.
Have you ever wondered if managing personal finances is important or necessary? With COVID-19 wreaking havoc on our financial stability as individuals, we are now given the opportunity to appreciate the importance of smart financial planning.
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.
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.
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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