Category: wealth creation

Financial independence for women is not a luxury, but a necessity. Instead of being intimidated by managing money, women should feel empowered to take control of their finances. Women live longer than men by at least 5 years, and a study done by PwC shows that South African women are consistently paid less than their male counterparts across the different industries, and coupled with the fact that women delay long-term savings; it is a recipe for financial disaster!

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Hi Tribe,

Last week Friday, I did a one-on-one coaching with a very money savvy lady who just needed a bit of direction in terms of the different investments available in the market. What struck me about her was her determination and astuteness in managing her money.

She’s young, earns an income between R10K-R15K, for some, this does not sound like it’s a lot, but what she has managed to do with her income is astounding!

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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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Missed our previous podcasts?

 

Take a listen below, I have included the most listed to podcasts from the previous weeks.

  1. Why it takes forever to reduce your home loan, Maya Fisher-French and I discuss why that extra R500 into your home loan makes such a big difference and why you should start saving for your kids’ education.

 

Today’s podcast:

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To Celebrate International Women’s day, I talked to Kirshni Totaram, Global Head of Institutional Business at Coronation and boy is she a powerhouse! She is a CFA charter holder and a qualified Actuary.

 

Kirshni’s background

Kirshni grew up with a single mom and money was always tight, but thankfully, she was very good at Maths. Her guidance counsellor advised her to further her studies in Actuarial Science…because naturally that’s what you study when you are good with Maths,

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There is a world of options when it comes to investing. Even a small amount can go far. Stick with it and it will work.

One of the most frequent questions I get is: “What can I invest in as a first-time investor who doesn’t have a big cash flow?”

This question excites me, as there are quite a few options available to investors, regardless of what they can afford. It goes to show that investing is not for the rich only,

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This year, I will be giving away more downloadable resources to help you on your financial journey. My whole aim is that each and every one of the Tribe becomes confident about their personal finances, no matter where in the journey they are. I want to show you how easy and (possibly fun) having control of your money can be.

Today, I have the Net Worth template for you to download. I often say that this is one of my favourite calculations because it reflects how my financial decisions are impacting my net worth.

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Hi Tribe,

So in late August, I had the tv on, getting ready to go to church, an advert came on about Impact Farming. I had heard the advert on radio before but never followed up on it. When I saw it on tv I finally decided to check it out!

My world has changed since!!! I have never been so excited about Investing as I have been with the Fedgroup Impact Farming app!

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Hey Tribe,

As I mentioned on Instagram (@womanandfinance) earlier this week; I wanna try something new here on the Woman & Finance website, I want to start doing podcasts where I share my thoughts  on different topics around money.

To begin with these type of podcasts, I thought it would be fun to start off by sharing with  you my own financial journey and how I manage my finances so far!

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