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Whether you’re looking for well researched and reliable saving tips or smart insurance and tax advice, Moneybags’ money hub will have what you’re looking for. This section is a collection of articles written and sourced by our writers to give you the tools to manage your money better.

For some, developing a personalised savings plan can seem like an insurmountable challenge. It is, however, an essential part of managing your money and planning for a rainy day. Moneybags will provide you with a host of articles and advice from professionals that will help you to develop a savings plan which will work for you.

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Preparing for apartment hunting

During this time of year you need to give your current landlord notice if you’re interested in finding a new apartment. Once this is done, you join thousands of other candidates in the cut-throat race to find the ideal home.
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Are you overfeeding your pets?

The price of dog food and treats, as well as most other pets’ food, can take a large bite out of your salary. But according to South African vets, nearly half of pet owners are overfeeding their four-legged-friends.
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ProsperiProp: broadening access to property investments

Local fintech start-up, ProsperiProp, is currently running its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) in order to raise the funds that will finance their business.
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Should you sell your home or rent it out?

RE/MAX relays to Angelique Ruzicka about the pros and cons of selling or renting out your property if you’re not sure what to do with it.
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The cost of making international calls

We look at the cost of making calls abroad across the major network providers.
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Home extensions: What should you consider?

While admiring your home on a sunny afternoon, you might think it’s time to tackle that home extension you’ve envisioned since the day you signed your lease. Isabelle Coetzee has a look at what you need to consider when adding to your home.
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Is your apartment secure?

Moving in to a new apartment is always exciting. From the decorating to simply the positioning and repositioning of your furniture to your satisfaction. But have you done the necessary to ensure that your apartment is safe and secure? Moneybags journalist Danielle Van Wyk investigates your security options.
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Will war between the US and North Korea affect your savings?

War between North Korea and America could be likely, but does that mean you should be running for cover and protecting your money? Angelique Ruzicka investigates.
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How can the Insurance Ombudsman help you?

When it comes to claiming from your insurance company, you may feel dissatisfied with the service you receive, or the outcome of your claim. But the Ombudsman can help you with your dispute, finds Isabelle Coetzee.
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Virtual reality in the workplace

Imagine walking into your new home before it has been built, or watching a heap of your money roll over the floor as it grows with time. Moneybags journalist, Isabelle Coetzee, finds out how virtual reality (VR) can be used in the workplace.
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