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January is the month when commitment to New Year’s resolutions is at its highest. “I’m going to pay off my debt”, is likely to be number one many lists, alongside ‘quit

In 1949, businessman Frank McNamara forgot his wallet while dining at a New York City restaurant. It was an awkwardness he resolved never to face again. February 1950,

Credit cards can be like weapons, dangerous in the wrong hands, but sometimes you’re glad to have one. We’ve all heard

If you are a South African citizen, you should brush up on your knowledge of the debt crisis in 2016. What is it? How will it affect the average South African?

Running your bank account doesn't need to cost so much – in actual fact, if you stay in the clear and use your cards carefully, you might even pay just shy of next to n

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

“A tree is known by its fruit. If it does not bear it will be uprooted and replaced. Those that do bear fruit will be nurtured so that they may bear more.” The system of keeping

More loan and credit providers than ever before, are operating online. Many financial institutions and sites are indeed trustworthy – but, loan

Don’t worry! There is a way out of loan fraud.

At some stage in our lives, most of us need to borrow some money to make a big purchase or to cover some unforeseen costs. Hopefully, you’re looking for a loan to help