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What is debt counselling?

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, and the credit record is cleared

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What is the difference between funeral cover and life policy?

Funeral cover is a form of insurance that pays out a sum of money to the family of the deceased in the event of death. This is to ensure that the people you love can manage the impact of funeral expenses and that the family can send you off with a dignified burial. 

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How to Empower Yourself Financially

In celebration of Women’s Month, we’ve jotted down a list of some of the best money quotes and advice from powerful women to motivate you. In fact, these quotes might just give you that little push of motivation you need to take charge of your finances! 

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Meerkat's guide to your finances

It’s always good to learn about finances. Here we provide a guide to your finances. The basics of budgeting, credit, banking, saving and debt are the pillars you need to focus on to not only improve your financial education but you will be able to apply what you learn to make your finances great.  

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Financial freedom: A woman's guide

When it comes to woman and their money, especially investing, they seem to lack the confidence in taking a ‘chance’. In reality most women don’t take charge of their financial future and rather leave this task up to the men in their life, making the excuse that they either don’t earn enough money or that they don’t have enough time in between work and their family to worry about finances. However, during these tough economic times in our country, everyone needs to start taking their personal finances seriously, including women.

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The Importance of saving money - 7 Reasons why you should save money

Most people save up to buy something they want. Have you ever saved your money just to save? What’s the point? You might ask. Well here are some benefits to why you should start saving today.

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