Once you’ve set up a regular saving schedule for your retirement, the time magic starts happening. But it’s still a good idea to occasionally check in with your retirement portfolio – a tweak here and there can make a big difference over time. Here are some questions to ask the next time you view your statement.
This month we look at tax deductions that might apply for health practitioners in smaller practices. There are various deductions allowed, however we cannot emphasise enough: If SARS comes knocking at your door questioning an expense, you need to ensure that you have sufficient documentation to prove the expense.
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When everything around you seems unpredictable, keeping track of your finances can help you bring order to the chaos. Nafisa Akabor has some apps and ideas to make this easy, without risking your personal information. So you don’t have to ask that dodgy uncle to do your accounting.
The phrase ‘Saving Towards Retirement’ is loaded. There’s loads of information to wade through, and an undercurrent of fear that you don’t have enough. In my conversations I’ve started to pick up on some personal money myths that might be hijacking our reason.