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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As our client, we are happy to see that you have taken a pro-active step towards resolving your debt situation with DebtBusters.
Prior to debt counselling, saving money for your future may not have even occurred to you because of your high monthly debt repayments. Now that you have taken control of your debt, why not plan for your financial future and protect yourself in the case of an emergency?
We all want the dream house, the luxurious car and a substantial retirement package. Like many aspirations, one needs to be smart about the financial decisions made to achieve these goals.
It is important to make sure you make informed decisions when reviewing your risk profile. Here are a few things you should consider.
Saving is very challenging for most South Africans. Spending money is what we all prefer to do. Too often, we spend beyond our means by using credit that we often cannot afford to repay.
Statistics released by the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) last year confirm that South Africa has one of the worst savings rates in the world. South Africans don’t save for unforeseen expenses and neglect to plan adequately (if at all) for their retirement.
Smartcents is a personalised self-help web portal, available to DebtBusters’ clients only.
It is designed to guide DebtBusters clients through the debt counselling process and provide them with as much information as possible.
Smartcents is 100% confidential and secure and allows clients to access their private debt counselling information – at no cost!