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10 most-read 'personal finance' articles of 2018

These were the 10 most-read personal finance articles from Bruce Whitfield's The Money Show in 2018.

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How to retire (or stop working for money) by the age of 40

How to retire (or stop working for money) by the age of 40

Warren Ingram recaps the principles “supersaver” Julia, a young client of his well on her way to financial freedom, is following.

Supersaver Julia, investing a third of her income (since 2013)

Supersaver Julia, investing a third of her income (since 2013)

She’s been inspiring The Money Show listeners since 2013. Is she’s still keeping it up?

How to buy your first share (even if you only have R50, or less)

How to buy your first share (even if you only have R50, or less)

Got R50? No? Got R5? Personal finance expert Warren Ingram on how to buy shares with tiny amounts of money.

How to get a tax refund from Sars

How to get a tax refund from Sars

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Daniel Baines, author of “How to get a SARS Refund”.

13 tips for saving hundreds (nay, thousands!) of rands each month

13 tips for saving hundreds (nay, thousands!) of rands each month

The economy is toast. Personal finance expert Warren Ingram shares 13 highly effective tips for making ends meet.

How to retire while you’re still young(ish)

How to retire while you’re still young(ish)

If you do things differently, it’s possible stop working far earlier than you ever thought possible, says Warren Ingram.

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