We recently launched our **VEHICLE FINANCE product page** to help people all over South Africa make a better vehicle finance decision! In the next few weeks, we're going to give you the full low-down on all things vehicle finance, so stay tuned for more after this article.

The 2019 budget speech has everyone, as always, piping up with tons of opinions. The reality is, it's another year with another speech and the most important news around the speech is that you need to adapt.

We recently launched our VEHICLE FINANCE product page to help people all over South Africa make a better vehicle finance decision! In the next few weeks, we're going to give you the full low-down on all things vehicle finance, so stay tuned for more after this article.

As many of our users and readers know, Fincheck is committed to helping South Africans make better financial decisions. We've heard the cry of the majority in this great nation and every day we focus on gathering information, building tools and finding partners so we can help South Africans build a better financial future!

Below we're sharing 3 cornerstone tips on how you can build a healthy budget together as a couple!

How many people do you know that do not use their money wisely? Too many. Unfortunately, the majority of those people are students and even young working adults. Most of the money misuses happen due to the lack of knowledge. What can you do differently for your kids?

Have you ever walked down to Savings avenue and Budget street? We hope so. If you’re not familiar with them, don’t fret. Many South Africans are not too high on proper savings and budgeting skills. This is why have create a simple budget tool and cash flow tool that can help South Africans improve their monthly cash flow situation.

What makes it even worse, is that your actual budget and projected budget barely ever match! We previously shared a super simple monthly budgeting tool with you. If you've used that (or any other budgeting tool), it's time to see how well your budget meets your actual spending amounts.

Student loans are designed to help cover the costs of university tuition fees, accommodation and study material. Student loans differ from other types of loans as they may have substantially lower interest rates and the repayment schedules may be deferred whilst the person is completing their education. A Student loan enables individuals to get a degree, diploma or other formal qualifications that they would not have been able to if it were not for the loan. Luckily, there’s a host of financial institutions in South Africa, amongst the traditional banks, that focus solely on providing student loans.

In the 2016 People’s Guide to the Budget, it’s noted that expanding access to post-school education and training remains a priority for Government in order to produce the skills necessary to fill jobs, and in turn, boost the economy on its road to recovery. Yet, it is funny to think that South Africa spends a bigger share of its gross domestic product on education than any other country in Africa, yet performance levels are lower than in many other countries on the continent. What will change?

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