Case study: Even a financial officer can fall for a predatory savings scheme

The dangers of being mis-sold an unsuitable long-term savings plan in the UAE are so great that even experienced financial […]

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A young perspective on smart saving habits

“Where do you get the Dh4 from?” asks my 10-year-old. “Do you take it from someone’s account?”. That’s my boy. […]

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A man on a financial mission against predatory investment schemes

Trying to be a sensible expat, Matthew Miller set up two long-term savings accounts in lieu of a pension soon […]

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Money & Me: MNC Health COO finds nobility in working hard

Michael Davis is the chief operating officer of NMC Health private hospital chain. It bought ProVita International Medical Center, a […]

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Indian expat has no legal responsibility on divorce agreement between brother and wife

I have a question on an agreement for indebtedness. Recently my brother divorced and agreed to pay Dh200,000 to his […]

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Employees want options when company does not pay salary for two months

My company has not paid us our April and May salary yet. This firm comprises over 4,000 staff and, to […]

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Past your peak? Don't risk pensioner poverty

Today’s Capital Conundrum: pensioner poverty. How do you avoid it if you’ve passed your peak earning years, with no pot […]

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Money & Me: Nursing company founder got early lessons in prudence

Yasmine Torkamani is the founder and chief executive of Sublime Home Healthcare Centre, an at-home nursing service licensed by the […]

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What you need to qualify for a UAE property visa

I currently live in New Delhi and have been told by a major Dubai property developer that if we invest […]

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Abu Dhabi residents are squeezed on disposable income

Rana Suri has lived in Abu Dhabi since 2011, and works as a nurse at a government-run hospital. “During the […]

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