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reader questions the legality of being charged double interest on outstanding bond debt, as well as R50 000 in legal fees. Legal expert Andrew Goldschmidt responds.
Debt expert Mark Bishop answers the question of how to handle your debt repayments when the 'no work, no pay' principle applies to you during the national lockdown.
Investment consultant Marlon Walters discusses the risk of selling or changing investments in response to a sudden downturn.
A widow in desperate need of the money she invested seeks the help of an expert on her options of what to do next.
A survey among 80 000 residential tenants in South Africa found that, due to the impact of the coronavirus lockdown many can only pay part of their rental, many none at all.
Property law expert Liad Hadar answers a reader's question on the legality of his rental agent charging a late penalty fee during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Confidence in the SA property market fell in the first quarter of 2020 compared to the fourth quarter of 2019, shows the latest Absa Homeowner Sentiment Index.
Under debt review and unable to make scheduled payments? Debt expert Benay Sager tackles the question of repaying debt during the coronavirus pandemic.
A Fin24 reader whose son is a student at Stellenbosch University and stays at a private residence near the campus wants to know what his options are in requesting a rental payment holiday.
A Fin24 reader heading into retirement seeks the opinion of an expert on investing during the uncertainty of Covid-19.
Investment consultant, Andre Tuck, tackles the question of investment strategy.
A South African working abroad, able to save R36 000 per month, hopeful that he will continue these earnings, seeks the best investment strategy. Investment expert Elian Wiener responds.
A Fin24 reader who bought a property in December 2019 sent his registration papers off just before the lockdown was announced, which was unfortunately too late. A property law expert responds.
A Fin24 reader currently under debt wants to know how lockdown will affect his monthly debt repayment order.
Due to markets and festivals closing until the end of June, a Fin24 reader will have no source of income and wants to know if there will be a payment holiday period. A debt expert responds.
A Fin24 reader under debt consolidation is left with less than R3 000 per month, finding it impossible to make ends meet. A finance expert responds.
If you contracted the coronavirus at work, you may be able to claim for temporary or permanent disability, depending on how you were affected - but you will have to prove that you did, in fact, become ill at work.
While its "business unusual" in the SA residential property market, it is also the best buyer's market in a decade, says the chair of the Seeff Property Group.
The "scare" reaction in the markets due to the coronavirus pandemic, has removed "froth" and returned risk markets to much fairer valuations, says an investment expert.
There has been a distinct trend of consolidation among private medical schemes in South Africa, according to an actuarial specialist at Alexander Forbes.