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In this article, we focus on breaking down net worth so that it answers the more common questions most of us have in life when thinking about net worth and financial independence.

Unfortunately, only 6% of South Africans get to retire happily and comfortably due to a lack of proactive saving and investing. Retirement is a real thing and yes, happy retirement does not come cheap. Or does it?

The outcome of this question is the desire to improve affordability so the person can get a second home loan. Whether to increase their real estate portfolio or to give their parents a new home is mostly irrelevant to achieving that affordability.

Below we're sharing 3 cornerstone tips on how you can build a healthy budget together as a couple!

With continuous petrol price hikes and the ever-rising cost of living, many feel as though they are drowning. From expensive debt repayments to living from hand to mouth, South Africans must act fast if they are to take back control of their finances.

Sticking to a monthly budget is a sure way of getting your finances back on track. But, unfortunately, it's something a lot of us are not disciplined enough to follow! Even here at Fincheck, we sometimes have to give ourselves a little kick to stick to our personal finance goals!

In the current Rand situation, it can be an attractive option to invest offshore. But before you choose any one of these, it is first necessary to name that principle as old as time itself – don’t put all your eggs in one basket

The wonderful thing about being young is that you can take a few calculated risks. There is time to ride out the storm.

It's now more important than ever to take control of your finances and build a better financial future with economic turmoil always around the corner.

You undoubtedly know the worth of saving for a rainy day and investing in and for your future self, your family, and your children. It’s crucial that you have funds acc