101 WAYS TO SAVE MONEY
The vast majority of South Africans don’t save, even if it is in their best interest – and that of the economy – to do so. We’ve put together dozens of practical tips to help you put more change into your piggy bank – or your investment portfolio.
whether one prefers to adopt a glass-half-full mentality, or is regularly accused of rampant pessimism, South Africans cannot reasonably argue against the fact that the country currently languishes in a state of national economic and political fragility. Consumer confidence has hit a six-year low, SA’s economy has officially entered a recession, and the ranks of the unemployed continue to swell.
In such volatile financial times it is always best to focus on that which can be controlled and, in this context, that happens to be our individual spending and saving habits. finweek has put together a collection of tips and tricks that should help to – amid disquieting economic volatility – make saving easier and unnecessary spending more difficult.