Managing money and knowing what’s good for your financial wellbeing at every stage of life is a skill. In “Your money matters”, Bruce Whitfield, an established business journalist, tackles every aspect of doing it well. From having adequate protection and savings, managing debt to understanding how your financial choices can make or break you. In thought-provoking talks with financial professionals, Bruce uncovers valuable insights on managing money across banking, life insurance and investments. Listen now for practical ways to manage finances well so you can achieve greater security, financial freedom and more of life’s rewards.
English South AfricaEducationAuthored by Bruce Whitfield
Developments in digital banking, currency and the law are shaping the future of financial services. Get interesting insights from two experts about what’s happening in fintech, security and how tech is making banking easier, safer and more personal.
Could your children continue their education if something unforeseen were to happen to you? Discovery Financial Adviser, Claire van Wyk & Senior Risk Specialist, Kashmeera Kanji share how life insurance can help to secure your child’s education.
Is there a life insurance gap when it comes to women? What kind of cover do women really need? Tune in for insights from Discovery Life’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr Maritha van der Walt and Senior Risk Specialist, Kashmeera Kanji.
Understanding why you want to invest offshore will inform the how, says author of The South African's Guide to Global Investing, David Joshua. Here he shares insights to help locals gain the right perspective and approach to global investing.
Need inspiration? Learn how model turned entrepreneur Jo-Anne Strauss set herself up for success as she and Guy Chennells, product head at Discovery Employee Benefits, share life experience and explain how to put retirement planning into action.
Saving is nowhere near as exciting as spending – or is it? The Wealth Chef, Ann Wilson, and head of Research and Development at Discovery Invest, Craig Sher, want to turn SA’s savings culture on its head. Tune in to hear how.
Being financially free sounds hard. Without the “sacrificing mindset”, Stealthy Wealth aims for financial independence at the age of 45. His worst mistake is what he calls the R60 000 date he took his wife on. Listen to his journey to reach his goal.
Does the size of your income really mean you are better off? This podcast may tell another truth. Making the right choices and implementing practical tools, say Hayley and Akash, all develop a mindset of managing money well, no matter how much money you have.
Ever thought about your relationship with money? How feelings and behaviour influence your choices? David Zidel and David Leibowitz expose the good and the bad of human nature and money. And, give tips on little steps, behaviours and motivators to manage money well.
18 Mar 2021
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