Satrix Now will take any amount – even R10 per month, or a once-off lump sum – and you can stop any time without a penalty. The fees are fair, and amount to less than a cent per R10.— Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital Financial Advisor
Ingram advises a security officer on a low income who wants to invest for the future of his kids.
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