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22Aug 2019
Single Mom with Debt

In the last South African census statistics, it showed that 14% of the population’s households are managed by women, with 5% of households having female breadwinners. When you look at these statistics, you can see why it’s important for women to take control of their financial future, but it’s not always that easy – especially […]

09Apr 2019
How to pay off my debt

This is one of the most popular searches in Google when it comes to an individual’s financial situation. It is no surprise when over 8 million of credit-active consumers in South Africa are over-indebted.  This means that each month they are struggling to keep up with their debt repayments and balances are spiralling out of […]

21Feb 2019
Debt counselling

Debt counselling The answer is simple. NO. Debt counselling will not affect your future (or current) employment. Since 2007, debt counselling has been seen as a positive rehabilitation process in our country, helping millions of consumers get a grip on their debt. Most employers have welcomed this process and have seen how it can improve […]

18Feb 2019
What is debt review

Debt counselling is a regulated process by the NCR. The process protects consumers from their creditors as no legal action can be taken once the proposed repayment plan has been accepted. It provides an opportunity to regain financial control to avoid future over-indebtedness and at the end of the process a clearance certificate is issued, […]

24Jan 2019
Judgment against me

Getting slapped with a court judgment can fill a debtor with dread. Most credit card debt is “unsecured,” meaning it is not backed by property such as a home or car. But after a judgment ruling, the creditor can take steps to seize part of your salary, freeze your bank account, or even haul away […]

19Sep 2018
Debt Free Living

Living day to day after debt is wonderful. But, don’t fail to understand the situation – escaping debt is exceptionally difficult and even more so remaining out of debt! Being in the red is common in society these days. So getting and remaining out of debt is almost unheard of. In any case, it’s absolutely […]