Category: family

Having kids can be an amazing and fulfilling experience, but believe me, it comes with a lot more than just the beautiful nursery and the cute clothes; having a baby comes with many costs and decisions that impact your overall finances, and often we underestimate these costs and decisions.

  • EDUCATION

Education is one of the biggest expenses for parents. The cost of education year on year normally exceeds inflation.

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If you battle with budgeting, you are probably thinking: “ I’ve tried budgeting, it just doesn’t seem to work!” To tell you the truth, I have had my fair share of struggles with budgeting.

Let’s be frank, very few people get a kick out of creating a budget. But a budget is the cornerstone of a healthy financial life. A budget is telling your money where to go and what it should do.

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That time of the year again; the tax season is officially in full swing. For those who don’t know exactly when it runs, this year it started from 1 July and will end 31 October 2018.

For many, filing taxes creates a lot of anxiety and most people leave it to the very last day…I have been here myself! But I believe in facing things head on, whether you do get a refund or you end up owing SARS,

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Hi Tribe,

Today I want to talk a little bit about marriage and your finances. This topic is inspired by the fact that 3 of my friends will soon be walking down the aisle…exciting!!! While a lot of detail goes into the actual day of the wedding, little to no attention is paid on how the couple will handle their finances once they are married.

From parents to friends, little is spoken about personal finances in a marriage.

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An easy to read infographic on How to manage money together as a couple.

We all know that talking about money can be a challenging topic, especially if you yourself do not have a good relationship with it. So how do you begin to start managing money as a couple?

As the saying goes

“Teamwork makes the dream work.”  –Bang Gae

Below are a few tips.

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There has been much talk around black tax and the negative effects it can have on one’s financial journey. Most people not only feel obliged but are also expected to help out parents, siblings or cousins. Although not an easy topic to write about since everyone’s situation is completely different, here are a few tips on how you can still work towards financial freedom while helping family out.

  1. Communicate

Communication is so important in any relationship,

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