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  • Global private debt market means good things for local investors
  • Since the start of the financial crisis, which forced banks to shrink their balance sheets, there've been predictions of the development of a private debt market to plug the financing gap for the private equity industry. Financial advisors are now saying that UK investors would benefit from a private debt market and that private debt is reaching its peak in India. But what does this mean for inves... ››› more
  • [28 January 2013]
  • Ten steps for you to start clearing your debt and reduce your risk of suicide!
  • Debt collectors are so intimidating; thousands of people in Britain are choosing suicide rather than facing them. Taking the steps to clear your debt or approach a debt counsellor isn't an easy one, but it'll set you on the right path to clearing your debt. And if times are tight, you don't have to resort to the loan sharks. There are ten easier ways to handle your debt. Durban debt counsellors ar... ››› more
  • [24 January 2013]
  • What should be you do first: Invest your money or use it to get out of debt?
  • Annual pay rises aren't what they used to be. That's why most of us have to make a decision between investing your money or using it to get out of debt. You're probably wondering which one should you concentrate on. Here's the answer… It’s almost impossible to live debt-free. Whether it’s your bond, car finance, a university loan, credit card or retail store account, you have debt. It’s on... ››› more
  • [18 January 2013]
  • Increase your financial literacy to prevent a household debt explosion
  • The lower the interest rates are, the more we borrow. But it's easy to cross the line and take on too much, landing you with unmanageable levels of debt. This doesn't just affect your finances, as UK studies now show a link between levels of indebtedness and stress and depression, which often leads to death! But we have an easy way to prevent you from getting too deep into debt … John Loos of FN... ››› more
  • [18 January 2013]
  • 6 ways to spend less and stay out of debt this January
  • January's known as the longest month of the year, money-wise. Many of us struggle to make our December pay last to the end of the month as we grow budget blinkers and buy everything in sight. Then the reality of the new year sets in and we struggle to make ends meet. But getting further into debt is not the way to go … and you don't have to cut up your credit cards! We have six easy ways for you... ››› more
  • [17 January 2013]
  • Stop chasing instant gratification and get out of debt with these five easy steps
  • South Africans have coined the term “Jan you worry” for the month of January. Not surprising when you consider that January is the most difficult month financially. People struggle to make ends meet, having blown their budgets during the festive season. Here's how you can reduce your worries now by getting rid of debt and get into the habit of saving. Recent data from the Reserve Bank states t... ››› more
  • [15 January 2013]
  • Ask your bank to do this one thing today and get out of debt faster
  • It's the start of a new year. Time to check your budget to look for thing you can save money on so you can grow richer this year. This includes finding unique ways to save money and get out of debt like this… Fast track your road to riches by paying off your debts faster with this secret Let’s say you owe R200,000 on your car and R25,000 in credit card, store card and personal loans. At th... ››› more
  • [09 January 2013]
  • Don't start the new year in debt
  • The festive season is just behind us, and many are already struggling to make ends meet. Clayton Barnes of IOL reports that if you blew your Christmas bonus, you're in danger of falling behind on your debt repayments. But debt counsellors and consumer forums have warned cash-strapped South Africans not to seek more credit. You can avoid this by dealing with your festive debt hangover effectively a... ››› more
  • [09 January 2013]
  • How to ensure you're not destroyed by the disease taking over the nation
  • Just like alcoholism, debt is an addiction. Although it doesn't take a 12-step plan to get over this problem, it's vital to take the necessary steps for getting out and staying out of debt before you join the 9.05 million consumers in South African drowning in debt. Read on to discover if you're triggering these debt problem warning signs and the steps you can take to get rid debt this year. I... ››› more
  • [07 January 2013]

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