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If You Like Having a Safety Net, the Time is Now

After 175 years of helping families thrive, we believe that making plans for the worst can actually allow you to live your best.It’s impossible...

Breast cancer is a significant financial set back for women in their prime, says Old Mutual

27 October 2020: Of the R739 million Old Mutual paid out in severe illness claims last year, almost half (48%) was for cancer and...

Old Mutual’ s new Returning Illness Benefit can help to reduce survivors’ anxiety

While severe illnesses like cancer and heart disease are on the rise globally, recurrence rates are soberingly high too.Breast cancer, which affects one in...

What’s your most valuable asset?

Investments, house or wheels?Many people would say it’s their investments, beautiful home or even the set of wheels parked in their driveway, but hands...

‘Banking’ your current good health could mean the best cover for your future self

Sixty-one per cent of young people in Africa — between the ages of 15 and 29 — strongly believe themselves to be in good...

With Mental Illness on the Rise, Disability Insurance is a Lifeline

The mental health fallout of Covid-19 has hit working adults hard, leaving them – and their loved ones – financially vulnerable. A new kind...

Creating or reviewing your financial plan

Is there value in a financial plan if money is tight?Everything starts with a planWhether you’re baking a chocolate cake with the kids...

How to cope with the financial implications of raising your children while caring for your elderly parents

Are you part of the “Sandwich Generation”?And by “sandwich” we’re not referring to the moms and the dads preparing lunch boxes for their...

Balancing and stretching the family budget

There’s no doubt that we’re going through tough economic times as a country at the moment. One thing to take comfort in is that we’re...

Handy tips for sticking to a family budget

Why do so many of us find it difficult to set a budget and then stick to it?The simple answer is that we don’t...
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