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Personal or business loans, which loan should you choose? Sole proprietors – you are not alone! Let

The term ‘blacklisted’ is used to classify people who have a bad credit profile. While everyone understands the term, there is actually no blacklist. It’s randomly used

Credit is one of the cornerstones of modern society that lubricates the economy and promotes commercial activity. However, credit enables people to spend money they don

Continuous credit advances - is it good or bad? What is it? What are continuous credit advances? Generally, it can be s

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

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?

Have you heard of peer-to-peer lending? Peer-to-peer lending, abbreviated as P2P, is the practice of lending money to unrelated individuals, or "peers", without going t

The new changes in tax taking effect on 1 March 2016 has been a buzz in the world of finance and in households alike. This tax reform has been long awaited and was a bu

You’ve read the news. You kept an eye on the what’s happening lately. Is it smart to make a loan application in 2016? I

Use this super helpful debt free infographic to propel your 2016 finances into debt-free status With rising economic turmoil that