Follow these tips and be well on your way to building wealth
We're coming to the end of the year. This is the time of the year most of us have been waiting for. If you look back on the year, are you satisfied that you managed your money properly in 2017?
This Monday, Eunice Sibiya, Head of FNB’s Consumer Education Program at FNB today looks at smart transacting techniques that you can start implementing today and really turn your focus on building your wealth in 2018 and beyond.
Sibiya says this time of the year financial management tends to fall away and people get consumed in festivities and the hype around the holiday season.
Only 6% of South African's will retire comfortably. One of seven South Africans live in extreme poverty.Eunice Sibiya, Head of FNB’s Consumer Education Program
With these stats in mind, we need to ponder on these figures and determine how they affect you directly explains Sibiya.
We need to maximise the income we are earning today so that we start building the type of wealth that can get us through tough economic timesEunice Sibiya, Head of FNB’s Consumer Education Program
If we don't take stock of where we are now, we can't take positive action. We could end up paying off creditors for the rest of our lives and that's not how we build wealth.Eunice Sibiya, Head of FNB’s Consumer Education Program
Here are some financially smart transactions you should be making in 2018.
Automate your transactions wherever possible
Save your spare change
Track your spending closely every month
Put a solid debt reduction plan in place
Once the debts are paid, take all the money that you were allocating to your debts and put it aside for savings and investments says Sibiya.
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