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Well educated people can lag behind in wealth accumulation

Successful wealth accumulators on the other hand are price sensitive to most things but interestingly less price sensitive when it comes to buying services that will help them control their family’s consumption behaviour. They will also happily spend good money on legal and financial advice which they know will help them…

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6 tips for buying investment property

It sounds idyllic: get someone else to buy your property for you. But before you make that decision, you need to be sure that you can really afford to buy the property. Here are six things that you ought to think about before purchasing a house for investment purposes…

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Tax free savings accounts – when are they appropriate?

Much has been written about Tax Free Savings and Investment Accounts (TFSA) and there was considerable excitement when these vehicles were first launched. While they do offer novel benefits, as with any other investment vehicle, they are designed for a specific purpose and should not be viewed as a one-size-fits-all solution…

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