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While "black tax" is a necessary reality, it's not sustainable

by Mabetha Cedric Pila - 10X Business Development Manager

While black tax is a necessary reality, its not sustainable

'Black tax’ - an individual and community approach intended to help previously disadvantaged South Africans financially sustain themselves - is proving to be a barrier to advancement for many working South Africans. 10X Investments' latest Retirement Reality Report (RRR19) identified stark differences in people's financial situation across the various demographics in the country...

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Black Tax: Sign of Appreciation or Burden

by Kanyisa Ncemane - Old Mutual Personal Finance General Managaer

Black Tax: Sign of Appreciation or Burden

Although these efforts continue to benefit individuals and communities, Kanyisa Ncemane, General Manager: Customer Solutions at Old Mutual Personal Finance, points out that they also inadvertently create a cycle of financial responsibility...

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The top four mistakes to avoid when saving for education

by Saleem Sonday - Allan Gray Head of Group Savings and Investments

The top four mistakes to avoid when saving for education

As parents, we all want the best for our children, and this often includes being able to give them the best education that we can afford. In the journey to saving for your children’s education, it is oftentimes the small adjustments you make along the way that can mean the difference between...

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Should you have a policy for your child's education?

by Laura du Preez - Business Times

Should you have a policy for your child's education?The new year period when the school, college and university year begins is often a time when parents consider starting to save for their children's education...

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The numbers that drive retirement

by Coronation Fund Managers

The numbers that drive retirement

To mathematicians, the numbers 5, 15 and 75 may have no fascinating correlation or geometric relationship. They are not the Golden Ratio, nor did they help to solve Fermat's Last Theorem. But to retirement specialists, they provide the starting point for calculating how much you really need in your retirement.

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  1. While "black tax" is a necessary reality, it's not sustainable
  2. Black Tax: Sign of Appreciation or Burden
  3. The top four mistakes to avoid when saving for education
  4. Should you have a policy for your child's education?
  5. The numbers that drive retirement