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The fine art of investing in art

Jul 26 2015 20:00

Investing in art has become so popular in South Africa that Citadel has developed a model to help you understand the market value of your works of art, writes Neesa Moodley.


What it takes to be an asset manager

Jul 01 2015 17:24

The function of an asset manager is typically defined as that of handling the administrative, financial, capital, and operational aspects of any assigned portfolio.


Why talking about savings alone won't help South Africans

Jul 22 2015 13:29

Concrete solutions are needed to achieve inclusion and preservation to help South Africans make meaningful financial changes, says Asisa CEO Leon Campher.


Ways we waste money

Jul 14 2015 08:45

We all claim we do not have the money to save, but seldom do we look at how much money we are wasting day to day. By being more mindful of how we spend our money, we can turn that wastage into real long-term wealth.


How to save money with your rewards programme

Jul 21 2015 20:08

One of the best ways for consumers to save money is to understand how to make the most of the rewards programmes, says an expert.


Buffett may benefit as train lobby bids to weaken safety rule

Jul 16 2015 12:00

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is set to be a chief beneficiary of a bid to weaken new regulations to improve train safety in the $2.8bn crude-by-rail industry.


A trick to start you saving

Jul 19 2015 15:22

Maya Fisher-French finally gets around to opening tax-free savings accounts for her kids. It may be tedious, but if you break it down into steps, it’s a task easily managed.


Why South Africans are battling to save

Jul 21 2015 16:36

The number of people supporting their children as well as their parents is growing, reducing their ability to save for emergencies, a study shows.

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Shop trips for dad inspires life-long savings journey

Jul 21 2015 14:45

A Fin24 user tells her story of how her savings-conscious behaviour stems from her days as a teenager going to the shop for her father.

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Putting an 'intelligent estimate' on SA stokvels

Jul 21 2015 13:01

Due to their informal nature, stokvels are challenging to quantify and a Fin24 user suggests a way to make an 'intelligent estimate'.


The myth behind active management

Jul 05 2015 15:19

An investor who wants to invest in the JSE via an investment fund has two main options: using an active fund-management company, usually in the form of a unit trust, or what is commonly known as a passive fund.


Start saving early, even if you start small

Jul 21 2015 15:45

Getting into a savings habit now could help to set young people up for a lifetime of savings and financial independence.

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