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7 most-read 'The Money Show' articles of the week

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Most read, most talked about business articles of the past week:

1.

On Thursday, President Jacob Zuma signed off major retirement reforms. Here’s what they entail

2.

How to get the most out of a Tax Free Savings Account (you’ve got until the end of February).

3.

3 best shares to buy at the start of 2016 (according to Vestact Portfolio Manager Michael Treherne).

4.

Meet Mark Barnes, the outspoken maverick tasked with saving the South African Post Office.

5.

Guy Leitch, Editor and Publisher at SA Flyer Magazine, discusses what Government will do in the wake of Citibank’s cancelation of South African Airways’ loan facility.

6.

US correspondent Nadia Neophytou discusses the frenzy surrounding the R21 billion US Powerball lottery.

7.

Warren Ingram, Financial Advisor at Galileo Capital, on how retirement reforms (effective from 1 March) will affect your golden years.

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How retirement reforms (effective from 1 March) will affect your golden years

How retirement reforms (effective from 1 March) will affect your golden years

Bruce Whitfield interviews Galileo Capital Financial Advisor Warren Ingram about retirement reforms that are about to take effect.

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You won't be too surprised by the usual suspects Vestact Portfolio Manager Michael Treherne chooses as stock picks of the week.

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