Weekly Wrap Up: 13-17 September 2010

By Staff Writer

Monday: UIF claims on the rise 

The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) of South Africa is preparing for more claims as further job losses are expected in 2010.

Tuesday: Women are a bigger risk when it comes to ID theft

Because women carry everything from their IDs to their wallets in their handbags, they are a bigger risk for ID fraud.

Wednesday: Life Insurance is for life, don't expect to buy out of it

When you take out life cover, you should be committed for the long haul because a life policy is not designed to be surrendered.  


Thursday: Moody's warn that constant strike action could be damaging to SA's reputation

Economists with Moody's Investor Services have warned that constant strike action in South Africa could severely tarnish South Africa's reputation. 

Friday:What will South Africans spend their tax rebates on?

 In a recent poll, run by us here at Justmoney.co.za, more than 50% said to pay off debts

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