Blog posts in Financial Education

If your credit score has been stuck in a rut the past few months, we’re going to show you a 9 ways in which you can build a credit score fast.

Have you given your retirement any thoughts recently? Do you have a concise plan that justifies your attitude about your retirement? Regardless of your situation, the overwhelming majority of economically active South Africans don’t have a retirement strategy.

Have you ever wondered where the interest rates banks give you really come from? Who determines it? Are you concerned you are not getting the best interest rates on your different forms of debt?

The financial world can sound very complicated if you don’t understand the terms. In our super simple guide below, we explain some of the basic financial that will help you prepare for your better financial future. It will increase your financial literacy and possibly help you to grow your wealth as well.

Do you want to know how to create wealth from nothing. You cannot create wealth without money, but you can create wealth by focusing on net worth & retirement. Build your wealth by reading this article

Whether you’re applying for your first loan, or if you’ve had more than a few, it can always be a daunting process. Thus off we go, looking for the best advice and tool

Most South Africans inevitably get to a point in life where they face financial shortfall and are thus forced to become a borrower as a temporary solution. While you won’t be judged for borrowing money, your payment activities reveal a lot about your habits and your personality.

Are you wondering how to get a loan when you are blacklisted? The first thing you need to know is that being blacklisted is a myth and you should not get a specific loan for being blacklisted and judgements.

Credit life insurance is an insurance product that covers you (and your family) against the cost of outstanding debt in the case of death, disability or something like retrenchment. It's an important product that makes sure other people won't pay the price of your debt obligations should something happen to you.

If you want to pay your home loan or invest, you need to know whether you should pay off debt first or rather invest your money. Read our affordability study on paying your home loan vs investing to know whether it is better to pay off a mortgage or to invest.

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