You may find yourself juggling a lot financially in your 30s, like purchasing a home, switching jobs, and even having children. Here are four money moves you can make in your 30s that experts say can leave you wealthier in your 40s.
In a recent report the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned Kenya of a potential implosion in the country's pension sector as the gap between retirement dues and savings widens. In 2009 the country rose the retirement age for civil servants from 55 to 60, temporarily staving off the fall out but now with tax collection at 15.6 of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and pension obligations at 30 per cent, action may have to be taken. Journalist, Joseph Bonyo joins CNBC Africa for more.
Ania Zalewska, Professor of Finance | University of Bath In the past decade, the banking industry has been a central focus of attention for regulators, academics and the general public. The 2007-08 financial crisis...
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