saving

 
​The psychology of successful saving
​The psychology of successful saving
We’ve all been there. We decide that we need to start saving, even if it’s just a little bit every month like the experts tell us, and we set...
Make the most of tax-free savings
Make the most of tax-free savings
Financial institutions have scrambled to provide the most attractive tax-free savings, ranging from simple bank deposits to investments exposed to...
SA’s poor save, one way or another
SA’s poor save, one way or another
A peek into the financial lives of some of South Africa’s poorest households reveals more than many people might think. A complex patchwork...
The harsh reality of saving habits
The harsh reality of saving habits
A six-year old girl is left alone with a marshmallow and told if she demonstrates patience and waits 20 minutes, she will be rewarded with...
Why South Africans need to support the national savings drive
Why South Africans need to support the national savings drive
The majority of South African households are caught between their limited incomes and the deep desire to save for their own financial future and...
From smart phones to positive futures
From smart phones to positive futures
The youth face a number of key life transitions, from matriculating to attaining tertiary education, to starting that first job and ultimately...
From a culture of consumption to a culture of saving
From a culture of consumption to a culture of saving
July is national savings month and with the general savings culture and environment in South Africa relatively poor when compared to other emerging...
The next generation - Savers or spenders?
The next generation - Savers or spenders?
The latest Old Mutual Savings & Investment Monitor research shows that the “next generation” is in need of guidance and requires an...
Saving: a challenge for SA’s youth
Saving: a challenge for SA’s youth
The Old Mutual and Mail & Guardian Critical Thinking Forum, held in Johannesburg this week, centred around how to motivate the youth to break...
Rainy days, or a rosy view?
Rainy days, or a rosy view?
South Africans don't save, or at least that is what the data always reflects. But with the financial services sector continuing to boom and the...
The ups and downs of saving
The ups and downs of saving
Mention the word "savings" to the average South African and you will get a wide range of responses, but rarely will people admit to...

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