Monthly Archives: May 2014

Investment structuring

Offshore investment management made easy Are you looking for offshore investment management to be made easy for you? Find out what your options are when it comes to moving your money offshore. Managing offshore investments are seen to entail a high level of sophistication. The act of safely moving and keeping money in a jurisdiction…
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FRESH SAVING TIPS FOR THE END OF THE MONTH

We all want to save more, right? But then why aren’t we? I have found that one of the biggest secrets to saving is to be creative in the way that you spend, or don’t spend as the case may be. Saving is often hard to do because it’s not an immediate gratification. We are…
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RECOVERY MONEY

Unless you've already had a debilitating illness, the last thing you think about is your health failing you for anything longer than your hospital stay. As a result, we tend to only include a hospital plan, and perhaps some GAP cover in our financial planning. But what happens if the accident means that you can't…
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2014 GOALS – BETTER LATE THAN NEVER

We're almost at the middle of the year! Some will look forward and see the potential stashed away in the seven months that lie ahead, but others will look at the five months passed and be overwhelmed by how little they've accomplished. Perhaps you had such a motivated two weeks in January where you felt…
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CRITICAL ILLNESS | ARE YOU SUFFICIENTLY COVERED?

Women submit more critical illness claims than men. RISKSA published an online article that shed some light on an area of financial planning that appears to be largely overlooked, or at least, underestimated.  A key consideration for every financial portfolio is to insure your most valuable asset - your ability to earn an income. Traditionally…
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