The Money Savvy Podcast

MONEYWEB RADIO  |  Podcast , ±12 min episodes every 2 weeks  | 
The Money Savvy podcast is hosted by Boitumelo Ntsoko. The podcast features interviews with certified financial planners and wealth managers to answer readers’ pressing financial questions. Each episode will focus on a specific theme, covering topics such as retirement, retrenchments and investments, and help the listeners to make better financial moves. This podcast publishes two episodes per month.

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Want to retire early? Here’s what you need to know

Rick Briers-Danks, CFP at Veritas Wealth, discusses how to calculate the amount of capital you need to retire early, what your investment strategy should be, the tax-saving tools you can use and the lifestyle changes you need to make to achieve your goal.

How do you save for retirement as a stay-at-home parent?

Craig Torr, CFP at Crue Invest, discusses how soon-to-be stay-at-home parents must handle their existing retirement savings when resigning, whether the family budget should factor in the parent’s retirement funding, the cover they need to secure their retirement, and how unmarried stay-at-home parents can protect themselves in this situation.

Retirement shortfall: How to recover

Richus Nel, CFP at PSG Wealth, discusses steps to take when you realise you may not make your retirement savings target, whether you should consider a longer career span, if downscaling your home can help, and whether you can supplement your income with the government pension.

How to invest for your child’s education and start-up funds

Craig Torr, CFP at Crue Invest, discusses how much you need to save for your child’s secondary and tertiary education, the best product to achieve this, how to save for a nest egg to set them up and the options available for parents to kickstart their child’s investment journey.

Retrenched? Finance tips to help you survive

Eric Jordaan, CFP at Crue Invest, discusses the options available to you when faced with retrenchment, including how to handle your retirement funds, reprioritising your budget, and when credit protection plans come into play.

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