What motivated Michael Jordaan to leave FNB, wonders Paddy Hartdegen.
Thanks to a garnishee order, a user will pay R17 000 for a debt of under R3 000.
A first-time employee gets tips on how to manage his money.
A Fin24 user seeks advice on the best and most tax-friendly options for saving towards her children's education.
What is the best way to set money aside for your child's school and university fees? A Fin24 user gets advice.
You may consider yourself internet savvy, but anyone can be the victim of a scam. Here's how not to become a victim.
Petrol stations expect long queues of motorists ahead of the latest shock hike of 93c a litre in all grades of petrol, which kicks in at midnight tonight.
Advice on how to plan for a child's education.
Advice on what your 2012 priorities should be.
South Africans put aside money for their children's education, therefore not saving enough for retirement, says a survey.
Think before spending this Xmas season, urges the SA Savings Institute.
Save, don't splurge, warn the experts.
The SA Savings Institute has urged South Africans to cut the cord of dependence on the state and their neighbours for financial survival.
Follow these seven habits of successful debt-free people.
A user says he was misled into signing a document allowing a garnishee order.
FNB's Michael Jordaan says a 10-year stint as CEO is long enough.
Advice on how to make sure you put your financial affairs in reputable hands.
The registration of two debt counsellors has been cancelled after an official probe.
A user has learnt to read the fine print and hold her debt reviewer accountable.
A Gamblers Anonymous member tells how he was lent money far beyond his means.
Can't live without it? Best to learn to manage debt comfortably.
A survey has found that many consumers do not realise the importance of knowing their credit score, with most of those polled unaware of their ranking.
Online shopping has broadened the horizons of debit card holders, as credit cards are no longer the sole method of payment when shopping online.
Definitely, it is a very embarrassing admission to make.
Not at all, it shows you are tackling your debt problem.
I have no debt worries so it doesn't affect me.
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