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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.

2017 is on us with a bang, and we're sure many of you want to make it your best year yet! So, to help you make the best of a fresh year, we put together some tips to help you get rid of that weighty debt.

As Fincheck now offers FREE credit score checks, we thought you might enjoy knowing where the data is stored and whether it is safe.

Imagine a world where you could check your credit score in a secure, safe and friendly environment - for FREE. Even better, how about that happening within a minute? Well, the Fincheck team is happy to announce that this feature is now a reality and doesn't need to be part of (only) your imaginary world. Say hello to the MyFincheck Credit Score Tool!

Difficult financial situations can happen to anyone and usually bring with it more stress than we're willing to face. While it's tempting to try and reason about "why me?", it's more important to deal with the situation and get yourself back on track!

SME's are supposed to be the drivers of South Africa’s economy, but the hurdles they face when it comes to accessing not only finance, but reliable information about finance, are significant. Learn more about our solution.

We're happy to announce that the Fincheck Business Finance Platform is in full swing! It's as simple as always to browse and choose products with the Fincheck Comparison Tool.

Many of us walk around with a cost mentality, often dropping our heads in a sorry attitude when walking past things we cannot afford. What if, you get to spend money and pay off your loan, at exactly the same time? Yes, you’re not seeing double, it’s possible!

You undoubtedly know the worth of saving for a rainy day and investing in and for your future self, your family, and your children. It’s crucial that you have funds acc

How many people do you know that do not use their money wisely? Too many. Unfortunately, the majority of those people are students and even young working adults. Most of the money misuses happen due to the lack of knowledge. What can you do differently for your kids?