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Money and Work
Do you hate answering the phone at work?
Here are some do’s and don’ts for using the windfall wisely.
How to... start, promote and make money from your own blog.
Feeling cash-strapped? Here are 9 apps that will help your rands go further when you shop.
Let the Kimbino app help you to buy healthy food and still save on your monthly budget. Plus it’s so
Whether you’ve fallen behind on your work after taking annual leave, been off ill or are simply not the best time manager,
Use these key markers to measure your financial fitness levels...
As an employee you don’t want to act inappropriately or cross a line you didn’t know exists, so familiarising yourself with your company’s
How you say no can go a long way to showing you’re still a cooperative team player.
There are way too many things to stress about in life, but petrol shouldn't be one of them.
Use our 52-week savings plan to grow almost R14 000 over the year.
If any of your resolutions cover money habits, here are a few guidelines on how to spend it better and
Looking to improve your financial resolutions for the new year? Here’s some practical advice that will stick.
Unfortunately, for many people money is a source of fear, stress and constant anxiety. If this sounds familiar, you might be in
A study by Stellenbosch Business School reveals 35% of jobs in South Africa are at risk from digital automation in
Avoid the pitfalls of second-hand cars with these pointers!
This month, family financial experts Hero Life answer the questions their clients often ask them about financial planning, plus how
All you need to know about getting a will, and what it should include.
Start changing your money habits with these great tips, and you'll have more peace of mind in retirement.
Save money for the fun things in life - The family will be keen to help!
A bullet journal is more than a diary. It’s a place to keep all your actions, thoughts, sketches, plans and dreams together.
According to UK researchers, it’s a new form of workplace harassment.
Setting money aside for education is more important than ever.