8 ways that you can start reducing expenses today

As I entered “the real world”, I knew money management was important, but I convinced myself that there was a time and place for all of that in the future. You know…once I actually had money. It never occurred to me that making good use of the money I had now, would be the key …

The 48-Hour Personal Finance Makeover (FREEBIE Alert!!)

Organizing your personal finances. There are few tasks more daunting, especially if you’re currently juggling personal debt, bonds and loans, and making ends meet while also building savings. (So…most of us?!) Regardless of where you are in your career and life, you’re capable of taking charge of your money. You can set goals. Build savings. …

12 Interview Tips to Impress

So, you’ve got a job interview coming up and you need some tips on how to nail it. It’s normal to feel a bit nervous, but if you put the time in to practice, you’ll stand head and shoulders above the other candidates. Ready to get started? Bring your A game with these 12 interview …

Creating a Financial Plan for Yourself that actually works

Before we discuss creating your own financial plan, you’ll need to know what a financial plan is. What Is a Financial Plan? It’s the process of setting goals and thinking through the steps it will take you to reach them. Remember: Each person’s financial plan looks different, depending on their short-term and long-term financial goals. …

How long should I keep my Business Financial records?

Since most businesses deal with more than just the owner, there will be more record retention. Also, most business record retention requirements are more stringent. Some records deal with the business, some deal with the customers, some deal with the employees, and some deal with the the South African Revenue Services (SARS). Below are some …

How Long should I keep Personal Financial Records?

Ever wondered how long to keep financial records? Or how long to keep bank statements? What records would be unnecessary clutter? Which records would become most important in the event of errors caused by others?  What should you save and what should you shred? Well here’s a guide on how long to keep your different …

Practical Tips for Teaching Kids about Money

Given how important financial literacy skills are to navigating life, it’s surprising that our schools don’t teach children about money. As a parent, however, you can teach your child important financial lessons — and you should. Below, I’ll show you how to give your kids the head start you wish you had and set them …

Your estate planning checklist

Estate planning is the best way to ensure that your loved ones are cared for after you pass away. By creating your estate plans early, and talking to your personal representatives about their roles, you can give yourself, and your family, the benefit of peace of mind. There is quite a lot that you need …

Free Course – Manifesto to Organize Your Finances

A Guide to Spring Clean Your Finances You may enrol HERE In spirit of Women’s Day – I am super excited to announce the release of my first course that will be absolutely FREE to enrol in. I thought long and hard about the topic in which I wanted us to start with and I …

What’s your Money Archetype and QUIZ to find out

Covid-19 has affected us in different ways, not just financially but emotionally/psychologically too. And we all have tried to cope in different ways; for example, when the lockdown began people stocked up on essential groceries and detergents.Hand sanitizers were completely sold out! This was an unconscious response to the Covid-19 and the lockdown. Buying was …