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Returning to SA? What to do (and what NOT to do!) with your investments/money

The brain drain is rapidly reversing, if people such as Homecoming Revolution’s Angel Jones is to be believed.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Galileo Capital Personal Finance Advisor Warren Ingram.

Ingram discussed what returning expats should and shouldn’t do with any capital they’ve built up while abroad.

  • Should you leave it there?

  • Should you partially repatriate?

Ingram spoke about these issues and more.

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