You can now insure dogs and cats for as little as R185 each per month in the event of visits to the Vet, prescribed medication required, X-Rays or radiology and blood tests, accident, illness, prescription food, advertising and rewards for lost animals, kennel fees, theft and death cover due to an accident or natural unforeseen causes.
You will enjoy an overall limit of R28 000.00 worth of cover subject to various limits per claim and also with an annual limit.
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When looking at these investment options, there no real right or wrong answer. Each option has pros and cons, you’ll have to decide which options will suit you best.
With a Direct Equity Investment you’ll need a lot of time, knowledge, discipline, capital and the ability to detach yourself emotionally from your investment. If you have all these arrows in your quiver and you can time the market, the returns will definitely be superior compared to a Mutual Fund Manager.
When looking at Units Trust, here you’ll get the time, knowledge and discipline of a fund manager. Who should be an expert in this area. Unit Trust also gives you more exposure to a broad range of stocks for not a lot of money. You can build a portfolio with adding ad hoc payments or a monthly debit order over time, without having to pay brokerage fee on every transaction. Continue reading