You and Your Money

BUSINESS DAY TV  |  Podcast , ±25 min episodes every 1 week, 2 days  | 
You and Your Money with Bryan Hirsch. South Africa's favourite personal financial planner is also a broadcast personality well known to SAFM listeners. Bryan Hirsch, director of Bryan Hirsch Colley & Associates, is now bringing his expertise to Business Day TV, in an exciting series, You and Your Money.

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16
JUL

Two important legal documents that are encompassed in Estate Planning are your Will and Trust documents

Two important legal documents that are encompassed in Estate Planning are your Will and Trust documents. It is imperative that these documents are regularly reviewed to take into account any changes relating to you and your family. It is often overlooked is how you are legally married and the impact of your marriage on Estate Planning. Joining Brian Hirsch this week is Gordon Stuart the Managing Director of Accuro, and Harry Joffe, Head of Legal Services of Discovery Life.
09
JUL

Differences between saving and investing

With July identified as savings month, the real question is how are your savings plans going? Joining Bryan Hirsch this week to discuss the differences between saving and investing is Darryl Bennett, Wealth Advisor, Sasfin Wealth and Tony Pick, Head of Savings and Investment Products, Personal and Business Banking South Africa.
02
JUL

Investors abandon emerging markets

We are now two quarters into 2018 and the market continues on its downward trend. South African focussed companies have been absolutely battered over the past few months as investors abandon emerging markets. In most reports put out by management they comment on how difficult local conditions are. If you look at some of the shares you can note how many of them are down. Joining me this evening is Henry Biddlecombe, Investment Analyst at Anchor Capital. Good evening Henry, it is lovely to have you on the show.
18
JUN

The concept and advice behind Estate Planning

One can never anticipate what the future holds. The concept and advice behind Estate Planning is to help you make the right choices about securing the financial well being of those you leave behind. Joining Bryan Hirsch this week is Tony Davey, Director & Master Tax Practitioner at Davey Vos Tax Practitioners.
11
JUN

Quality Financial Planning plays an important role in people's lives

Quality Financial Planning plays an important role in people's lives. The process and discipline can provide the foundation for the future financial stability of individuals and their families. Information is readily available, and all the negative global news certainly appears to affect investment decisions. Although good financial planning is about concentrating on the long term, and not allowing all this negativity to impact on the process. Joining Bryan Hirsch this week is Brendan Gace, Head of Anchor Private Clients and Donavan Maree, Managing Director, CAPTA Financial Services
04
JUN

Discussing the Ombudsman for Short-Term Insurance

Six weeks ago, the Ombudsman for Short-Term Insurance released the 2017 Annual Report in which acts of nature featured prominently. 13% of all complaints submitted concerned such claims. For many who don't know what Deanne's office actually does, the amount of formal complaints finalised stood at 9962 and recovered more than 87 billion for consumers. Joining Bryan Hirsch this week is Deanne Wood, the Ombudsman for Short-Term Insurance and Craig Pogir, Director of the Pogir Group.
28
MAY

Discussing organ donors, organ transplants and the economic impact it has on the familiy

Joining Bryan Hirsch this week to discuss organ donors, organ transplants and the economic impact it has on the familiy is Prof Tony Meyers, Chairman of the Kidney Donor Foundation. He was previously the African representative for the executive council of the International Society, and past President of the African Association of Nephrology. Tony was Chief Physician, Professor and Head of the division of Nephrology at Wits, from 1975 up until he retired in 2001.
07
MAY

Most working South Africans are provided by most employers with retirement benefits

Most working South Africans are provided by most employers with retirement benefits, as part of a competitive remunerative package. In recent times employers have largely removed themselves from active participation through participating in umbrella funds. This takes away the responsibility from the employers in the governance arrangements of these funds. Members do not really understand the difference between free standing and umbrella funds. Joining Bryan Hirsch to discuss this in more details is Jason Sharp, CEO, Paramount Life
30
APR

Head of Legal Services of Discovery Life as they discuss the need for proper Estate Planning

The cornerstone of an Estate Plan is ensuring that you have a legal and binding updated Will in place to secure your family's future. As part of your financial plan the Will allows you to specify exactly how you wish to distribute your Estate to your selected beneficiaries, following your death.Joining Bryan Hirsch this week is Harry Joffe, Head of Legal Services of Discovery Life as they discuss the need for proper Estate Planning
23
APR

Trying to raise funds for a family business and found it to be an impossible task

This week we are deviating slightly from personal finance to focus on SME's who often struggle on how to raise funds through government incentive programs. Nadia and Zahra Rawjee, Directors of Uzenzele went through this situation of trying to raise funds for a family business and found it to be an impossible task. For this reason, they realised there was a need to understand the options of how to achieve this through institutions such as the Department of Trade and Industry, and the Industrial Development Corporation.

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