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A garnishee order (also known as an Emolument Attachment Order), is a court order instructing an employer to make deductions from an employee’s salary, often the result of the individual no longer being...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_-eiyF1CG0 Narrator (Derick Watts): A new science has been developing, which explains why many of us spend so easily and are unable to survive on our salaries. Simon Dingle...
Like it or not, economic life runs on the supply of credit. UK consumers, like those in the US, are addicted to it. But you don’t expect those providing advice and treatment for the addicts to be...
October 17, 2001 By Sipokazi Maposa What can you do if, despite your best intentions, you’ve borrowed money but cannot keep up with your debt repayments? In the fourth and final part of our series...
May 11, 2003 By Bruce Cameron At every turn there is someone trying to lend you money – usually to buy things you don’t really need. And to make matters worse, the less you need something, the more...
South Africans are traditionally poor at saving with the average person saving less than 1% of their monthly income. The bottom line is that South Africans need to spend less and save more. The more South...
Below are some top tips for getting yourself out of debt. • Pay back more than you have to. Top up minimum payments on credit cards to bring down the balance. • If you’re having trouble managing...
Do you want to start saving but are not sure how to? DebtBusters offers all the tricks to get you into the savings habit and make sure it stays that way… The consensus is to start small. Luke Hirst,...
What is Debt Consolidation and are the many offered in the market, true debt consolidation loans? Debt consolidation is used for many loans, but a true consolidation is one that is used fully to pay your...