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A factor that is often overlooked after an interest rate hike is the opportunity to promote SA’s savings culture, according to an expert.
Target the youth, pleads a 26-year-old Fin24 user who says reaching developing minds could be the way to foster a culture of saving.
Mandi Smallhorne discusses her beef with the buzzwords of the day: savings and entrepreneurship.
There is certainly no debate that ‘saving for a rainy day’ is the right thing to do. It would be near impossible to find a sensible argument not to save (or invest).
Whenever South Africans are told they should save more, the high cost of living is blamed for failing to do this. But is living in SA really that expensive?
Concrete solutions are needed to achieve inclusion and preservation to help South Africans make meaningful financial changes, says Asisa CEO Leon Campher.