GOOD DEBT VS BAD DEBT

The question at the top of your mind right now is: “Is there such a thing as good debt?” I’m right, aren’t I? 🙂 While you should try to avoid debt, there are forms of debt which are necessary and therefore considered to be good debt. Good debt is an ‘investment’ that will grow in value, […]

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ESTATE PLANNING SIMPLIFIED

Creating a comprehensive estate plan to deal with your assets and provide for your loved ones after your death is an important financial duty. Most of us cannot bear the thought of death, however you owe it to yourself and your family to plan ahead now for the distribution of your assets upon the unfortunate […]

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DUTIES OF A TRUSTEE

The trust, in whichever form it’s moulded in, is a vital instrument for estate planning. A trust is defined in the Trust Property Control Act as an arrangement through which ownership of the property of one person or a group, is by virtue of a trust instrument entrusted to another person(s), the trustee, to be administered according […]

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CAREER-LIMITING MOVES

In a recent post, I shared a few notes on things to avoid in a professional setting/workplace.  The manner in which we handle certain situations and deal with conflict can impact career growth and reputation. Being in corporate for this long has shaped ability to identify and manage my emotions, and the emotions of others. No matter how […]

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