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Smart investing to beat longevity risk

Investors come to a balanced fund because they want growth

There’s never been a better time to invest in Africa

Investing in our continent enables much-needed growth and economic development, and can offer strong returns

Institute of Retirement Funds Africa’s (IRFA) conference

Influences that affect the retirement fund ecosystem will be in the spotlight

Default regulations will simplify investment options

'Independent financial advice is still important'

Important for members to be accountable for their own retirement

Your employee pension is often inadequate for your retirement needs

Truck stops promote driver safety and responsible investment

The Harrismith Highway Junction Truck Stop is creating vital skills and employment

Retirement fund a reliable constant in members’ lives

Governance is good because the trustees worked in the industry, are fund members and undergo training during the year

High rate of compliance allows for rapid investment

Compliance with pension payments is high, despite high staff turnover

Call to join quest for financial freedom and security

Retirement industry stakeholders can improve both the country's retirement and socioeconomic conditions

Collaboration necessary to resolve South African savings crisis

Promoting a culture of saving can help to turn the economy around - particularly for African women

Shortage of UK care homes creates opportunities

There's a growing population of pensioners seeking community retirement

Retirement? Just forget about it!

The only way to avoid poverty when you’re old is to put enough away while you are earning

Match your annuity and expiry date

A living annuity is a popular retirement choice but it has to be carefully managed

Tax law changes are designed to harmonise retirement blues

Newly-implemented tax laws are aimed at encouraging the type of saving that will provide stability to South Africans in their twilight years.

No country for corrupt old men

One way to prevent running out of money is to retire later – say at 95. Zuma is a sprightly 73 now.

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