Rebalancing your portfolio

By Staff Writer

How to rebalance your portfolio
 
By Bryan Hirsch
From Businessday.co.za

THE FIRST priority in financial security is a solid foundation that will ensure your family are able to maintain their lifestyle in the event of death or disability.

It is also important to ensure that when you reach retirement age you will not only have financial independence, but will be able to retire. Without sufficient funds set aside you will not have this option. Peace of mind comes with knowing that these events are catered for.

Justmoney.co.za says:

We couldn't agree more. It is massively important to properly plan for your future. On this site you can calculate how much you will need for retirement. You can consider various investments to protect you and your family in times to come. You can access risk management tools to help your planning. You can also consider equity release from your home.

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