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.
Does vehicle financing offer joint ownership like when you apply for a bond, asks a Fin24 user.
Advice for a Fin24 user who wants to know how he can make the biggest interest saving on vehicle finance.
A Fin24 user wants to know if his partner can return her car to the seller, as she has replaced it with a smaller model and no longer needs it.
A Fin24 user realised too late that he had fixed his car payments at a rate of 16%, and asks if he can lower the vehicle finance interest rate.
Advice for a Fin24 user who needs a car for work, and asks if he can pay a lump sum for vehicle finance and other debt payments.
A Fin24 user asks if she can return her car to the bank for refinancing on a cheaper model.
A Fin24 user who is under debt review wants to know if she can buy a car.
Advice for a Fin24 user already locked in a deal, who wants to buy another car.
How to make sure you pay the lowest possible monthly premium.
Advice for a Fin24 user who can't keep up with her car instalments and wants to know if she can return the vehicle to the bank.
Advice for a Fin24 user who wants to know if she qualifies for car finance.
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 Fin24 user wants to know whether it makes more sense to pay cash for a car or to get vehicle finance.
Thinking of buying a car? Here are some points you should bear in mind if you want to buy either a new or used car.
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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