In 2013 Bruce Whitfield broke the internet with his inspiring interview of “Julia”, a young women who invested a third of her income each and every month.
She earned very well (R1 million per year!), yet drove a Corsa Lite (she has since upgraded to a Toyota Etios).
As her salary increased; she also invested more, avoiding the trap of meeting a better income with more expenses.
On Thursday (at 7.18pm) she will return to The Money Show.
Is she still investing as much?
How is the baby doing?
Last year, she decided to avoid the JSE altogether, focussing on investing offshore only.
Is this still the case?
Whitfield will reveal all, do tune in.
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