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laziness and financial freedom

Laziness is the path to financial freedom

Richard Thaler has something to tell us about the way that we save money. And it involves your own inertia.

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african contemporary art

African Contemporary Art: The Investment Case

Also, who doesn't like to hobnob at an art fair or a gallery opening?

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tax refunds and entrepreneurship

Having a second income in South Africa: for tax reasons

Even if you're not making much money, you might be making more money than you think.

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The Early Retirement Myth

Even the early retirement gurus haven't retired. They've just discovered self-employment.

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fund managers apples with near apples

100% of Fund Managers Can Underperform The Market

We're not comparing apples with apples, you see. More like: apples with mostly-apples.

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Retirement and the golden number

Retirement: the 4% rule, and should you be worried?

The 4% rule is widely regarded as the golden rule for your golden years... But is that really enough for retirement?

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financial literacy

Financial Literacy: Here’s A Test

It's a pretty dumb test. And also, the incredible financial literacy of the poor.

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car trade-in

Car Trade-In: When Is The Right Time?

Costs, benefits, and the incentives of car dealerships.

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unit trusts: things to know

Unit Trusts: The Stuff You Really Need To Think About [Part 4]

Pre-script: I’m reposting a series of posts from a few years back on Unit Trusts. There are four. This is the fourth.< So to briefly recap, after spending a bit of time analysing your risk tolerance, you’ve decided on where you place yourself in the Unit Trust universe: Can’t Handle Any Kind Of Risk At […]

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unit trust fees

Unit Trusts: What You Should Know About Fees [Part 3]

Pre-script: I’m reposting a series of posts from a few years back on Unit Trusts. There are four. This is the third. So to briefly recap, after spending a bit of time analysing your risk tolerance, you’ve decided on where you place yourself in the Unit Trust universe. And¬†having placed yourself in the right risk […]

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