Gift ideas for Father’s Day


Father’s Day is more than just a day to buy a present. It’s a day to honour our fathers, grandfathers, step-dads and all men who act as a father figure. And with it being just around the corner (for those who forgot, it’s on Sunday the 17 June!) we’re sure a lot of you are wracking your brains wondering what to get! That’s why we have compiled a short list of possible gift ideas.

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Save your money when grocery shopping

5 tips lower bills

1. Always make a list!
This is always a good idea because with a prepared list you are much less likely to be tempted to buy things you do not need. It also helps if you make a meal plan for the week, that way you know what you do not have at home, and what you will need when you go to the store. Make a list of these items, and stick to it!

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Junior Plan – Give your child a leg up in life


With all the stresses of being a parent, it is understandable if you have not given much thought on starting a savings plan for your child. Who knows, you may have thought about it but the timing and your financial situation wasn’t right. A savings plan though is useful for your child as it is the best leg up in life you can offer him/her.

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How life insurance can help you save!


Honestly, saving is quite hard to do in this day and age. With all the latest gadgets and gizmos available, and all the fun things to do before life slips by, savings may be the least of our concerns. But here is the thing though! Savings should be your topmost priority.

No one aspires to be 40 and broke, with very little to show for the past four decades that crept up from out of nowhere. Luckily, you have many options available to protect your future.

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Insurance 101: Malicious damage, what you should know?


“Loss or damage directly caused by any malicious act of any person whether or not such act is committed in the course of a disturbance of peace”

There have been a number of instances whereby a person’s vehicle has been intentionally damaged. Many policyholders are uncertain whether their broken windows happened by accident while their vehicles were stationed or whether it was intentionally done out of malice.

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