Potgieter specialises in retirement.
She is fascinated by the link between psychology and money.
Most people who come to plan their retirements with us believe that money, and how it is invested, is the only important segment to consider. Our research and experience has taught us that in order to retire successfully, a holistic retirement plan is essential. This is made up of more than money.— Kim Potgieter, Director of Chartered Wealth Solutions
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When you tell young people [to start investing early]; they tell you retirement is never going to happen!— Kim Potgieter, Director of Chartered Wealth Solutions
For most of us; we’ve got a higher standard of living than our parents had.— Kim Potgieter, Director of Chartered Wealth Solutions
The biggest mistake I’ve made was believing I couldn’t have more than I had.— Kim Potgieter, Director of Chartered Wealth Solutions
I come from a very dysfunctional family when it comes to money.— Kim Potgieter, Director of Chartered Wealth Solutions
We as parents are to blame! We give them things too easily.— Kim Potgieter, Director of Chartered Wealth Solutions
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