financial plan

You, me & money

Unsurprisingly, money trouble is one of the leading causes of divorce worldwide. In fact, here at home the latest Stats SA figures show that 44.4% of divorces were in respect of couples whose marriages lasted less than a decade. Finding… Read More ›

Advice avoidance

Many people have an aversion to seeking independent financial advice, and it is often not confined to the serial procrastinator. Whether through ignorance, insecurity or fear, there are a number of underlying reasons why some people tend to shy away… Read More ›

No need for greed

Whilst it’s true that modern psychology is founded on the assumption that, in general, humans tend to think and behave rationally, this assumption has become somewhat of a misnomer in the realm of investing. Enter the relatively new field of… Read More ›

The state of your estate

One certainly wouldn’t be wrong for assuming that estate planning involves the drafting of a Will and indicating one’s preference between burial and cremation. The reality, however, is that the winding up of a deceased estate can take anywhere between… Read More ›