Debt Counselling: Your questions answered.

What is the NCA?

National Credit Act. Act prescribing rules and regulations for the credit industry and sets the groundwork for over-indebtedness and debt counselling.

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The global pandemic has not only changed our lives as we know it, but it has drastically changed the South African economy and in turn, our finances. South Africans have had to change their way of living to suit their new financial situation. Many have been left without any income for months, and are not able to afford the things they are used to, leaving us to make tough financial decisions that will affect our lives for years to come. Here are some ways to keep your finances going in our changed world.  

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You probably have many questions during these trying times...” Will I lose my job?” ...” Will I be able to keep up with my debt repayments without an income” ...? “Will I have enough money to buy necessities at the end of the month” 

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Here's some of our finance tips to help you during lockdown.

The COVID-19 outbreak has created panic due to the uncertainty we find ourselves in. The pandemic has caused not only emotional stress and uncertainty but financially too. Between the exchange rate from dollar to rand depreciating to 17,75 and dropping oil prices, it is no surprise you find yourself increasingly concerned by your finances How should we be navigating through this challenging time and what finance tips should you follow? 

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Can I take out credit after debt review?

Are you wondering if you can take out credit whilst undergoing debt counselling?  The answer is no, but for a good reason. If you are making reduced payments on your existing debt, the last thing you want to do is take on  further credit that will make your situation considerably worse. But what about after the debt review process, when all your debt is paid off?

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Want to consolidate your debt into one single repayment?

There are a few options to choose from when looking to consolidate your debt. Some people look to get a consolidation loan but the interest rates can be high meaning you pay off more for your debt overall. If you are already behind on your repayments you are unlikely to qualify for a loan to consolidate your debts and you may want to explore debt review.

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The start of a New Year is the perfect opportunity to get a handle on your financial situation. No doubt you have made some sort of financial resolution. Save for a holiday? Deposit on a car? How about being responsible and increasing your retirement fund Whatever your financial goals for 2020 our tips below should help you get started.

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Learning how to manage your finances at a young age may seem hard but it will set the foundation for your future finances. Saving for your retirement may seem daunting t at a young age but to enjoy your retirement, you need to start saving while you are young. Here are some good goals to set to learn how to mange your finances by the age of 30.

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When you are under debt review you cannot, by law, be blacklisted. (blacklisted is a terminology that doesn’t really exist) If you were blacklisted before you entered under debt review, then it will stay on your permanent record. This is just one of many reasons why you should apply for debt review ASAP.

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People tend to spend all their money (and money they don’t have) during the festive season. Gifts and food are the main culprits of this spending! Here’s how to protect your finances this festive season

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