Do you consider yourself a big spender although your budget doesn't necessarily allow it? If you costantantly find yourself spending more than you had planned and exceeding the budget, then it's time to pause and reflect.
Maybe you don't even realize that you have a spending problem - you just think that money is never enough.
The good news is that there are various ways to discipline yoursel... ››› more
Do you find that you are spending way too much money each month? Do you secretly wish you could be more of a saver than a spender? Perhaps it's time to carefully analyze your spending habits and make some changes.
Lack of financial planning and overspending can put your future in jeopardy. That's why it's important to keep your spending in check and stick to a monthly budget.
Here are five i... ››› more
How many times have you found yourself spending much more than you should? Debt doesn't come all at once, it is built gradually and it is often the result of bad spending habits and overlooked mistakes.
It's time to put a stop to your bad spending habits that lead to debt.
Here are four spending habits you should quit now.
Bad spending habit #1: Spending money you don’t have
When yo... ››› more
To mark National Savings Month, one man is getting in touch with his finances.
At the beginning of July, he took delivery of his salary in R1 coins. He can't use his debit cards, credit cards or any other form of electronic payment. He must pay for everything in R1 coins.
So two weeks into this social experiment, how is he getting on? Let's find out…
A social experiment examining the r... ››› more
Being buried in debt is not fun at all. Freeing yourself from debt can be the most exhilarating experience, but it does come with certain sacrifices.
If you find yourself in uncontrollable debt, then you are doing something wrong. Most probably, you are being neglectful of your finances, not taking proper measures to get out of debt as quickly as possible.
Don't expect to bounce back from de... ››› more
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