Imagine you have received unexpected income? What does your instinct tell: Spend or Save? Of course the better option is to save but you have to define what you are saving for.
There are two types of savings, Short-term savings and Long term Savings. Among long term savings is saving for housing, saving for education and saving for retirement. Its saving for retirement that is the most complex and that takes the longest period. You therefore have to plan and execute well. At Mazima Retirement Plan we can help you decide how much money you will need at retirement and the help you calculate what you can save every day/week or month to hit your target. Remember we only hit what we aim at.


  • Sat, 05/13/2017 - 13:38 reply
    SAVING is an exciting part of wealth Creation because it can offer you peace of mind by preparing you for the “winters" of life. Sad but true, most people spend their money and save what is left which also implies that most people don't save because they spend all that they have earned. saving is is a form of discipline whose results are super abnormal in the long run. the results are hardly noticeable At the end of the day, the week or month. However, 4 years down the road while practicing this discipline consistently,the results are extra-ordinary. All it takes is to start & maintain the simple discipline of saving consistently. Start small today and watch your savings grow day in day out.
  • Thu, 06/01/2017 - 20:40 reply
    I woul like to start contributing. How do I go about it?

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