Debt Counselling / Debt Review - What You Need to Know

As the Covid-19 pandemic has had devastating effects on the South African economy, individuals in South Africa have likely all felt the effects of the pandemic incredibly personally. On a financial level, some South Africans have taken out loans and acquired debt that they are frankly unable to pay back. Debt counselling and the debt review process is the solution - and although it's not always smooth sailing if you don't get the right partner - it's nothing to be afraid of...

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The Truth about Debt Review

Thanks to the recent economic crisis, people are more familiar with debt than they would like to be. Unfortunately, they are also applying for debt review for all the wrong reasons – thinking they can avoid their debts when they really need to confront them with lifestyle changes.

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Start paying off your debt quicker

Tackling your debt takes time and effort, but combining strategies and staying consistent can help you successfully dig your way out of debt. Here are some tips to help you get out of debt faster. 

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How the fluctuation of the interest rate affects your debt

Managing your finances doesn't just mean monitoring the money going in and going out of your account each month. It also means considering what inflation will do to your purchasing power and the value of your debt. 

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Is debt review a good idea?

If you are struggling with paying off your debts, you may be considering debt review and may hear differing opinions on the advantages and disadvantages of debt review. Let's look at the comment opinions.

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Save effectively to keep you debt-free

In an over-indebted country such as South Africa, learning how to save effectively can be just the secret weapon you need to stay out of debt. Yes; it is challenging having to choose between saving for an emergency and paying off debt, but it is important that you do both.

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