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Personal Finance with Warren Ingram

Wealth can be defined as the abundance of valuable possessions. But that definition ignores the most beautiful truth about wealth, which is this: Wealth is the wonderful responsibility that some are given to create things worth leaving behind.

Each week Warren Ingram joins Bruce to share his insights into creating and preserving wealth. Read about them below or subscribe to the podcast.

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Is the US stock market heading for a crash like the DotCom bubble in 2000?

Is the US stock market heading for a crash like the DotCom bubble in 2000?

The US market has a big impact on all markets and when they get flu, South Africa sneezes.

This is the last month you can do any tax planning for the year

This is the last month you can do any tax planning for the year

We ask financial planner Warren Ingram to help get our tax ducks in a row.

This is how you should invest your money for the next decade

This is how you should invest your money for the next decade

Personal Finance - Tips on how to invest your money.

Need some help with your 2020 personal finance goals?

Need some help with your 2020 personal finance goals?

Do you need some help to set your financial goals this year?

How to know if your finances are on track after a lousy year

How to know if your finances are on track after a lousy year

How do you measure if you are financially on track after a lousy year?

Considering emigration? Financial planner discusses the affordability of leaving

Considering emigration? Financial planner discusses the affordability of leaving

Can you afford to leave South Africa? Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Barry O'Mahony on what to consider before deciding.

Schools don’t teach personal finance - how to raise a future millionaire

Schools don’t teach personal finance - how to raise a future millionaire

Personal finance expert Warren Ingram (Galileo Capital) on how to raise financially free children.

Karatbars – is it a scam? The case for and against…

Karatbars – is it a scam? The case for and against…

Bruce Whitfield interviews senior Karatbars representatives, a financial advisor and someone who was invited to its conference.

Why you should ignore (conventional) personal finance advice before retirement

Why you should ignore (conventional) personal finance advice before retirement

Most personal finance advisors suggest reducing “risk” a year or two before retirement. Ignore them, reckons Warren Ingram.