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July is national savings month and we’re starting a brand new series that will zoom into achieving financial freedom.

Today on #TheSitDownWomenomics we discuss ways to track your financial progress in your 20’s. 30’s, 50’s+. What should you have in place already and how can you play catch up?

Guest: Maxine Muller

Maxine Muller is an accredited financial advisor delivering a professional and ethical financial service at Liberty, Head Office in Century City.

After completing her BComm Accounting Degree at UCT, she was faced with the conundrum of what to do with it. Financial planning has allowed her to not only build a career in the finance industry but to achieve her passion of serving others.

Maxine’s holistic planning approach allows her to assist clients with financial queries, risk mitigation, investment options, cash cow management tops, estates planning, business structuring, etc.

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Tracking your financial progress in your 20’s 30’s 50’s+

July is national savings month and we’re starting a brand new series that will zoom into achieving financial freedom.

Today on #TheSitDownWomenomicswe discuss ways to track your financial progress in your 20’s, 30’s, 50’s+ . What should you have in place already and how can you play catch up?
Personal financial management is no small task, and conflicting advice from family and friends can make it even more difficult. So how do you know you’re on the right track? Our guest for today is @maxinemuller_financial, an accredited financial advisor from @libertygroupsa and she takes us through milestones you and I should aim to achieve by ages 20, 30, 40 and 50.