INVESTMENT: How news affects share prices

Simon Brown

How long does it take for the news cycle to affect the price of a share? Not long, writes Simon Brown in the 29 January 2015 edition of Finweek. Read the full article here.

PROPERTY: 5 steps to owning your dream home

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Debbie Justus-Ferns of Renprop Residential Resales, says that those who are looking to buy property in the year ahead should ensure they are well prepared in order to ensure a smooth transaction.

INVESTMENT: 15 investment tips for 2015

Duggan Matthews

A new year presents brand new investment opportunities. Here are 15 basic investment tips to get you going this year.

MONEY: Five steps to financial well-being

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Here are five steps that will help you gain and stay in control of your finances in the year ahead.

INVESTMENT: Two things to consider before reinvesting

Moxima Gama

Brokerage commissions, advisory fees, taxes and inflation are eating away at your investment portfolio. This week Moxima Gama explains how these fees are making you less wealthy and why it’s important to diversify.

INVESTMENT: Simon Brown’s 3 simple steps to wealth

Champagne

In the 22 January 2015 edition of Finweek investment expert Simon Brown shares his three best and easiest tips to create wealth.

MONEY: Important considerations for planning your estate

Head and Shoulders_Peter Hewett

As much as people realise there is a need to ensure they have planned for their family’s financial future after their passing, many do not understand the different aspects of estate planning and the negative impact that a lack of planning can have on their family.

MONEY: Make your 2015 financial resolutions stick

Rands

Buying a house? Still not using Internet banking? Getting married? Here are five tips to help you be money-wise in 2015.

MONEY: Budgeting 101

Groceries

Planning and sticking to a budget doesn’t have to be complicated. Here we offer simple tips to help you stick to your budget this year.

MONEY: Don’t let back to school supplies ruin your budget

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School supplies can cost up to R400 per child, according to FNB. Here we share five tips to help you budget and plan for the back to school madness.