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How to Manage Debt During the Festive Season

How to Manage Debt During the Festive Season

Holidays are a magical season for giving, but living through festivities doesn't come cheap for most South Africans. Here's how you can avoid racking up debt over the holidays and manage your debt better, so you don't have to ring in the new year deeper in debt. Say...

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5 Reasons to Avoid Taking Holiday Loans

5 Reasons to Avoid Taking Holiday Loans

Taking a loan for the festive season to fund your holiday celebrations may seem like the only option when you can't afford to splurge on your loved ones, but it has dangerous consequences. Here are X reasons why you shouldn't take a holiday loan and how to avoid...

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5 Tips to Stop Adding More Debt During Holidays

5 Tips to Stop Adding More Debt During Holidays

When your monthly debt repayments are a constant struggle, the last thing you need is to welcome holidays with more credit to your name and less money in your bank account. These tips help you avoid debt during the festive season and enjoy stress-free holidays. Stick...

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What is Wage Garnishment, and How to Stop It?

What is Wage Garnishment, and How to Stop It?

As an indebted employee, a wage garnishment or garnishee order can leave you with insufficient monthly funds and added financial stress. It's possible to stop a wage garnishment by finding alternative ways to repay your debt, including undergoing debt counselling....

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Do All Debts in South Africa Have Fixed Interest Rates?

Do All Debts in South Africa Have Fixed Interest Rates?

Not all debts are created equal in South Africa. It depends on the type of loan one is taking and the choice of interest rate: fixed or variable/flexible. Before incurring more debt, pay attention to payback terms and interest rates, as it can make all the difference...

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Do All Debts in South Africa Have Fixed Interest Rates?

Do All Debts in South Africa Have Fixed Interest Rates?

Not all debts are created equal in South Africa. It depends on the type of loan one is taking and the choice of interest rate: fixed or variable/flexible. Before incurring more debt, pay attention to payback terms and interest rates, as it can make all the difference...

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When Does Debt Interest Become Too Much?

When Does Debt Interest Become Too Much?

If you're struggling to repay debt, there may be more than the monthly instalments at fault. You could be paying too much debt interest. Reducing this debt interest is another way to make debt manageable. Interest rates for debt For any amount of money you borrow from...

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When Does Debt Interest Become Too Much?

When Does Debt Interest Become Too Much?

If you're struggling to repay debt, there may be more than the monthly instalments at fault. You could be paying too much debt interest. Reducing this debt interest is another way to make debt manageable. Interest rates for debt For any amount of money you borrow from...

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Debt Consolidation and Interest Rates: How Does It Work?

Debt Consolidation and Interest Rates: How Does It Work?

Debt consolidation unifies multiple debt, typically high-interest unsecured debt such as credit cards, into a single manageable debt payment. You can use the process to re-organize debt, reduce monthly repayments, pay back a lesser amount, and get a better interest...

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6 Great Reasons to Retire Debt-free and Financially Secure

6 Great Reasons to Retire Debt-free and Financially Secure

Are you nearing pension age and still worrying about repaying debt? You are not alone. Research from South Africa Reserve Bank and Stats SA shows that South Africans are spending 75% of their take-home pay on refinancing debt, and are likely to continue paying debt on...

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