Financial Planning

  • Book review: Home Business Tycoon
  • Have you ever watched The Apprentice? It's a show I really enjoy. I love watching the candidates trying to impress Donald Trump to secure a job. Watching this type of show also makes me think about how Donald Trump and others like him have made their wealth through business. All businesses at some time of another started small. And through hard work, determination and a pinch of luck, the be... ››› more
  • [26 January 2016]
  • Raising quail for profit: How to start your own quail farm from the comfort of your garden
  • I know you're looking for affordable ways to generate extra income. Today, I want to introduce you to a low cost, high profit business that involves raising quail in your back garden. Not only is this a great second income opportunity, this business idea has the potential to become your lucrative main source of income. I'm so convinced that this business idea will work that I'm considerin... ››› more
  • [13 January 2016]
  • 5 short-term insurance secrets to make your business impenetrable
  • The risks involved in maintaining a successful business are real. If you don't protect yourself from unexpected and destructive events, you could see all your hard work crumble. It's important to secure the future of your business by making shrewd and informed short-term insurance decisions. Here are five insurance secrets you can use to protect your business in the face of a deteriorating... ››› more
  • [13 January 2016]
  • Five impossibly easy ways to cut your monthly costs in half
  • “I work all night, I work all day, to pay the bills I have to pay... Ain't it sad. And still there never seems to be a single penny left for me... That's too bad” You might recognise those lyrics. They're from Abba's 1976 mega-hit Money, money, money. And they've never been more true than they are today. I'm sure you've cut back on your spending... But there are things you simply can't c... ››› more
  • [11 January 2016]
  • Ensure you start the New Year financially fit with these festive money management tips
  • The festive season is just around the corner. This means long and expensive shopping lists for food, drinks and gifts. But before you start buying, you need to give your finances the once over. You need to ensure that you manage your money for December and into the New Year. Let's take a closer look…   Festive money management tip #1: Your December pay Chances are you’ll ... ››› more
  • [21 December 2015]
  • How to handle debt in the face of rising interest rates
  • When interest rates go up, the cost of borrowing rises with it. The banks simply pass on the hikes in interest rates they pay to borrow money to you the customer. The South African Reserve Bank is in the midst of increasing rates. It raised rates last week and also in July. Chances are more interest rates hike lie ahead. So how should you handle your debt in the face of higher interest ra... ››› more
  • [21 December 2015]
  • How to buy your perfect dream home for long-term prosperity
  • Before you even think about financing your home, you need to know exactly what you want from it. There are certain steps you must take to find your perfect home. So start your buying process by considering the following important elements. What type of home will best meet your needs?   Buying a house is a long-term commitment. You don’t want to make the mistake of buying a property that you... ››› more
  • [21 December 2015]
  • How to prepare for retirement
  • How to prepare for retirement
    When you retire, you want to be in a financially secure position. This means taking the time now to plan and ensure that you stick to specific retirement planning goals so you achieve this end goal. Read on to find out more… What you need to do before you hit retirement You need to take steps now to ensure that retirement isn’t a time when you’re worrying about money. To do th... ››› more
  • [21 December 2015]
  • “You only live once” - The best way to plan your finances for life
  • I often hear people say, “Just do it, you only live once.” I cringe when I hear this… You: “I really want that new S-class Mercedes Benz but I don't think I can afford it.” Friend: “Go for it, you only live once.” Yes, do it! You'll end up paying for that S-class for the rest of your life. You'll live hand to mouth while the car depreciates in value and you and your family a... ››› more
  • [21 December 2015]
  • Three ways to get your financial planning on track
  • Trying to sort out your finances for the present and the future is never an easy task, but it is one thing you need to take the time to do. Financial planning should start as early as possible, with short-term and long-term goals. So what should you include as part of your financial plans? Let's take a closer look at some important aspects… Financial planning aspect #1: Are you co... ››› more
  • [21 December 2015]
  • Getting your priorities straight with your savings
  • Savings are an important part of your personal finances. It's important to build up savings over the years. The earlier you start, the quicker you'll achieve your savings goals. You should have different purposes for different savings. So how should you deal with your savings? Read on to find out… Different types of savings As part of your financial planning for the future, yo... ››› more
  • [21 December 2015]
  • 5 little known secrets crucial to your business success
  • When you're starting your own business, you're usually focused on the obvious things like financial, business and marketing planning… Maybe you spend your time perfecting your products and services… and, while those are all good places to start, there are some lesser-known success factors that you need to be aware of… I believe these factors are so crucial to your success, that I'... ››› more
  • [21 December 2015]

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