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What is the National Credit Act? And what does it benefit you? The National Credit Act (NCA) was signed in 2005. It is

Mobile financial comparisons – what are they? And why is it so important for South Africa to have mobile friendly financial comparisons?

Why will personal finance management prevent your personal debt crisis in 2016? The doom prophets are it again, showeri

The news is full of it. The 'know it alls' are emerging from their cubicles. The question remains though. Is the South African economy in ruins? The

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,

Is it smart to invest at this very moment? South Africans are in a difficult situation now.

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

Money talks – the investment returns on a project will determine the success thereof. But do higher returns really mean more money?

You are in need of a cheque account. Where do you start? What really differentiates cheque accounts? The first reason p