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FIN 24, South Africa’s premier site for up-to-date business and finance news, stock market data, economic analysis, personal finance and investment information.

’s breaking news wire service brings you the latest South African, African and international news reports and press updates from newsrooms across the country. | EXPLAINER: Divorce and children - what SA law says

Sadly, some attorneys worsen parents' bad behaviour, says Shani van Niekerk. | MONEY CLINIC: Should I wait to settle my bond before getting another property?

A user who has 2 years remaining on his bond repayments wants to know if he should pay off his bond first before investing in more property. | MONEY CLINIC: My loans are giving me a low credit score; how do I properly deal with them?

A Fin24 user looks to an expert for help in improving his credit score by paying off his debt. | MONEY CLINIC: I have R7m in my retirement fund, which would be the best way to invest?

A Fin24 user wants to know the best way to invest his R7m retirement fund. A life annuity or moving funds to a private financial advisor. | Want to invest in gold? Here's how to get started

There's more than one way to invest in the yellow metal: either by buying it in its physical form, or investing in shares linked to gold. Fin24 asked the experts how to get started. | Stifling Section 12J investment is a bad move, warn experts

Experts have criticised a proposed tightening of legislation intended to crack down on abuse of the Section 12J tax incentive, saying it could stifle growing SMEs just as the incentive begins to deliver results. | Five investment tips from experts

When it comes to how to approach investing in 2020, the CEO of PSG Asset Management suggests looking at what some of the world's best investors have to say. | How investment debit orders can help you build long-term wealth

Don't wait until you have a large amount of money to invest: the key to building wealth is just starting somewhere and letting your returns generate over time, says Ebrahim Moola of Bobats Wealth Solutions. | What interest rate cut means for residential property market

Property experts weigh in on the Monetary Policy Committee of the SA Reserve Bank's decision to lower interest rates. | Getting married? What you and your spouse need to know about your credit rating

When you get married it does not mean your credit score and that of your spouse will automatically "merge", explains credit bureau TransUnion. | New development shows revival of Cape Town's East City Precinct

Cape Town's East City Precinct - between the CBD and District Six - are undergoing a revival and the new The Harri residential development is an example of this trend. | Here's what SA financial experts would do with R10 000 in 2020

Fin24 asked financial experts how they would grow R10 000 in the new year. Here's what they said. | Super-rich vacations: Almost R1 million for a 4-night stay in Cape Town

Super-rich visitors to Cape Town over the holiday season have once again been willing to dig deep into their pockets for luxury rental accommodation. | Schools must stick to cheaper school uniform rules, warns competition watchdog

The Competition Commission says it is intensifying efforts to make sure school uniforms are reasonably priced, and so far private schools like Curro have pledged to cooperate with interventions that have been introduced. | Expat tax: Countdown to implementation kicks off

An amendment to the Income Tax Act will bring considerable change to the expat landscape as from March 1, 2020. | Investment property: 5 tips to consider

Consumers must be careful simply to assume their fortune lies in investment property, cautions Steven van Rooyen, Principal at Leapfrog Milnerton. | 'I told myself it's not my money, yet': This woman saved R23 400 in small change in a year

Student Sandisiwe Msomi saved R23 400 in small change over a year, which she will now use to pay for the registration fees of her second academic year. | As South African investors eye 2020, the Budget looms large

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s February Budget speech will be scrutinised for evidence the country is doing enough to preserve its last remaining investment grade rating from Moody’s. | Single women are dominating SA's property sales, latest data shows

Single women dominated property sales in 2017, 2018 and 2019, compared to single men and even married couples, according to data analytics firm Lightstone. | Print out your bank statements and get the calculator: Tackling your debt in 2020

Research conducted mainly in the US and UK shows that high household debt burdens affect consumers to a point that some reduce their productivity at work.

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