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You’ve decided. You’ve made up your mind. You want to get a loan - and it's time to do your loan application! But, what do you need to apply for one?

So, by now you are already stressed out enough and do not need more on your plate. Here are 5 methods to make this as easy as possible

In this second post of our Debt Consolidation Education Series, we're going to talk about the difference between review and debt consolidation and what the process looks like.

In this first post of our Debt Consolidation Education Series, we're going to talk about the basics of debt consolidation and its uses.

Today, let's look at one of the other main features of the Fincheck MyFinance Tool - Credit Scores and Loan Management. This feature of the tool will build out on our groundbreaking Credit Score tool released in November.

In our previous post, we helped you understand Debt Review a bit more. In this post we're going to show you the debt review process.

Debt review, also known as debt counselling, is a debt relief measure created in terms of the National Credit Act (NCA) to assist consumers that are over-indebted. This is done through budget advice, restructuring of debts and negotiating with creditors.

Duplum means double, or perhaps double the trouble in the case of interest on loans. Literally translated, in duplum means 'double the amount'.

Generally speaking, a South African citizen will think of getting a personal loan, when it has the scope to open up a new opportunity in their life.   A young working South African lady mig

If you find yourself in a spot of below average credit and you’re looking for ways to improve your credit score, remember, bad credit is unfortunate but it is not a credit death row sentence. Many peo