If you are buried in debt and feel like there is no way out, it's time to seek real solutions to your problem. Not being able to handle your debt can be extremely stressful, so it's a good idea to seek counselling from a debt advisor.
Debt review is the process through which a financial advisor performs a financial assessment and determines the best methods of managing and paying off the debt. ... ››› more
“Over-indebtedness of ordinary South Africans seems to be spiralling out of control,” reports Fin24. This comes after a recent debt survey done by the media group showed that just 2.06% of the more than 32,000 respondents have no debt. If you're one of them - you need to take action before it's too late.
“While the National Credit Act managed to buffer the effect of the last recession on ... ››› more
Reckless spending is a surefire way to find yourselfoverwhelmed by debt. But you're not alone - even debt counsellors can take drastic measures to get out of debt. Four debt counsellors have just been deregistered for contravening the National Credit Act. If your spending is starting to get out of control, check if you have the four symptoms of reckless spending and take action now! Even debt coun... ››› more
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