Mother’s Day is the one day in the year that we celebrate mothers and get to thank them for everything they have done and sacrificed for us. Commercial hype leading up to mother’s day is massive and specifically designed to lure last minute shoppers. Debt traps are everywhere, from overpriced flowers to pretty, nicely packaged, ready-made gift packs. The truth is, there is no price tag too high for your mom!
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Despite a strengthening Rand/US Dollar exchange rate, the Automobile Association of South Africa (AA) is anticipating a fuel price hike in May. This follows the release of the unaudited month-end fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF).
The first ever Debt Review Awards was held on 19 July 2014 in Cape Town, to celebrate business excellence in debt review and to make heroes out of those who are responsible for leading the industry. Credit providers, debt counsellors and payment distribution agencies from South Africa were nominated in order to ensure that all parties in the industry were acknowledged for their efforts.
Always looking for new ways to help assist South African consumers facing financial difficulty and tor educe the levels of over-indebtedness in South Africa, Ian Wason later founded DebtBusters in 2008.
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According to the Consumer Credit Market Report released by the NCR in September 2013, in South Africa there are currently 20.21 million credit active consumers of which 9.69 million have impaired credit records and 37.69% of unsecured credit accounts are out of date and in arrears. Debt is becoming a major problem in South Africa, […]
Guest writer Walter van der Merwe, CEO of FedGroup Life, talks about the importance of critical illness insurance and what the policy could cover you for. You never imagine yourself to be caught on the wrong side of the statistic. The critical illness statistic that is. And if you do find yourself part of the […]
In the run up to Halloween you are probably thinking more about what costume to wear to that fancy dress party you’ve been invited to and focusing less on your money troubles. However, between now and the end of the festive season you should be more vigilant about what you do with your money than […]
Poor financial planning skills and the lack of financial advice has left many South African consumers in poor financial standing, whereby they are ridden with debt and are struggling meet the interest payments on their debt, let alone payoff the debt itself. Indebted consumers are also failing to address the negative impact their ‘living for […]
If you had to lose your husband to divorce, death or disability would you be able to stand on your own two feet financially? According to Peter Dempsey, deputy CEO of the Association for Savings and Investment South Africa (ASISA), the worst mistake any woman can make is to assume that she is financially taken […]
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