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TFSAs are the gymnasts of the retirement savings world

The idea is to get South Africans to save, but it's best to do your research first to find out if a TFSA is really suited to your needs

Making sense of tax-free savings and investment

Have you made the most of your tax-free investment contributions?

​The psychology of successful saving

You CAN save money if you just know how

Collaboration necessary to resolve South African savings crisis

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

Call to join quest for financial freedom and security

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

A great new way to save money

The Tax Free Savings Account is designed to encourage a savings culture, without having to pay tax on the earned interest

Fees can reduce retirement savings

Small differences in fund management fees can be an investment killer in the long term

Understanding Tax-Free Savings Accounts

The TFSA was designed to encourage a savings culture

​Tax-Free Savings Accounts: the nitty-gritty

On average, investing in a TFSA saves 1% a year in costs compared to other investments

Regulatory changes will ramp up appeal of tax-free savings accounts

From March 1 South Africans can seamlessly transfer money between tax-free accounts

What are the savings statistics in South Africa?

All stand to benefit from TFSAs, but they really work best for novice investors

Take the first, simple step to financial wellbeing

Tax-free savings accounts strike a chord with many South Africans

​Make your money work for you

A reminder to consider the tax efficiency of certain savings vehicles

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