For those of us who are in the fortunate position of contemplating the most strategic ways to invest own hard-earned money before the close of 2023, the traditional options of mortgage repayments and stock market investments may be overshadowed by a compelling alternative – going solar.
We asked our community for their favourite money hacks and boy did you deliver. Here’s part two of your hacks. Mostly small, all saving you some cash.
A check list for when we die. It includes 8 pages of useful information, everything from your details to assets, accounts and contacts.
A couple of weeks ago we asked in our weekly newsletter (sign up via our homepage here) for your favourite money hacks – and we got a ton of responses. So we’re sharing a few of the most popular hacks
High interest rates are great for savers and investors. But there are tax implications. Here’s an idea to reduce tax on interest income.
Is the return on your investments worth the maintenance? Be wise with your time, effort and financial commitments
What you can afford: Is the most expensive product always best? Buying well to get the features you want and the best cost per use
Being productive means making the most of your time – you can spend less and increase your quality of life. Do the things that really matter.
What does your bond insurance cover? Kristia read the fine print and discovered she didn’t qualify for the benefits she was paying for!
Our friend Paul Mamakoko from #DearDarkie found a way around high insurance premiums. Please note, this strategy is only suitable if you already have a sizeable emergency fund.
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