It’s one thing taking out a loan in times of crisis and quite another living the high life on a deck of credit cards.
Deeply indebted consumers can count themselves lucky that the SA Reserve Bank decided to keep the interest rate stable at 5.75%, the debt... read more
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A top achiever fell into a pit of debt which cast her into a desolate space. Luckily, some sound advice helped her embark on a journey of... read more
Where do kids learn about money-management styles? From their parents, of course. And don’t think they aren’t watching. They are.
Rising government expenditure which outstrips tax revenue can only mean higher taxes and more financial pain for households, says a report.
It’s simple: if you’re not making ends meet, you need to either earn more, or spend less. Here’s how you might be able to do it.