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Difficult financial situations can happen to anyone and usually bring with it more stress than we're willing to face. While it's tempting to try and reason about "why me?", it's more important to deal with the situation and get yourself back on track!

The credit bureaus in South Africa perform an essential role. They are necessary for a fair and reasonable credit market. According to the National Credit Act they are

Duplum means double, or perhaps double the trouble in the case of interest on loans. Literally translated, in duplum means 'double the amount'.

Have you ever been in a pickle? Perhaps your geyser burst? And to top it off there was more month than money. A Pay Day lo

The National Credit Regulator, known in South Africa

Interest rate changes have some interesting effects on an economy. How does it work? And when does it affect you? In So

Personal or business loans, which loan should you choose? Sole proprietors – you are not alone! Let

Credit is one of the cornerstones of modern society that lubricates the economy and promotes commercial activity. However, credit enables people to spend money they don

Continuous credit advances - is it good or bad? What is it? What are continuous credit advances? Generally, it can be s

The new changes in tax taking effect on 1 March 2016 has been a buzz in the world of finance and in households alike. This tax reform has been long awaited and was a bu

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