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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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Enjoy life and save for the future by splitting income using the '50/15/5 rule'

Enjoy life and save for the future by splitting income using the '50/15/5 rule'

You only live once — personal finance guru Warren Ingram on divvying up your income if you're not the budgeting type.

How to start saving and investing money

How to start saving and investing money

Unless you're über-rich, saving money is a must. But it’s not easy. Arabile Gumede talks to personal finance expert Warren Ingram.

Lending money to family – what to do, and what not to do

Lending money to family – what to do, and what not to do

Don’t do it! But if you must, you may want to consider personal finance expert Warren Ingram’s advice.

How to live off a dread disease benefit

How to live off a dread disease benefit

Personal finance advisor Warren Ingram discusses "dread disease benefits", typically paid out as a lump sum.

Is your financial advisor any good?

Is your financial advisor any good?

Personal finance expert Warren Ingram says the answers to these five questions should give you a good idea.

SA investments haven’t grown in 5 years. Should you rather put it in the bank?

SA investments haven’t grown in 5 years. Should you rather put it in the bank?

Bank deposits outperformed other far riskier investments over 5 years. Personal finance expert Warren Ingram says to hang tight.

How to retire before you’re old

How to retire before you’re old

Exhausted? Do things differently and retire while you’re still relatively young, says personal finance expert Warren Ingram.

Supersaver Julia has stopped saving. She's still R330 000 richer than a year ago

Supersaver Julia has stopped saving. She's still R330 000 richer than a year ago

Every year in July (since 2013), The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews supersaver Julia. It’s becoming harder for her.

8 tips from 'the greatest unit trust investor ever'

8 tips from 'the greatest unit trust investor ever'

Peter Lynch managed the world’s best-performing unit trust for 13 years, says personal finance expert Warren Ingram.