Know your rights this Human Right’s Day: 21 March 2022

This upcoming long weekend, we encourage you to take a moment and remember why it is a long weekend in the first place. On Monday, 21 March 2022, it is Human Rights Day. This public holiday is a reminder that you do have basic human rights. These human rights apply to everyone, despite the situation and circumstances you may find yourself in.

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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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It's not worth spending money you don't have!

As we all know, Black Friday 2021 is coming up and fast! Lots of specials and deals are being advertised and there is always something which seems very tempting! The question is: how can you keep your finances in check and still take advantage of some of the great deals on offer? 

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10 Sign’s That you might be living beyond your means! 

Often, living a certain lifestyle is something that becomes habitual and something that can go unchanged or unnoticed for quite some time. By that we mean, should your financial situation not really align with the lifestyle you’re living, you could be living beyond your means for a long time, and that could land you in a sticky situation!

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All You Need To Know About Debt Securities

There is understandably a bit of confusion when it comes to this question. The question reads: If interest rates rise, what will typically happen to debt security prices?

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The key components of financial literacy

Financial literacy refers to a basic understanding of money and its four pillars: debt, budgeting, saving, and investing. It's knowing how to use the power of these foundations to create wealth over the course of one's life.

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