Less than 10% of South Africans can retire comfortably. If your parents aren't prepared for retirement, not only will you be left worrying about them, but you might become part of the sandwich generation needing to support them. Let’s chat about how you can approach this conversation.
Sebastian is an investment actuary with almost 20 years of financial services experience. Outside of Franc he likes sports, traveling and trying out new wines (as long as they're Shiraz!).
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