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Money management

Too much month for your money? We asked professionals for their advice and tips on money management. Find out how people just like you have made their millions, learn to save, get tips on getting a home loan, buying a car and more!

Considering a joint home loan?

The pros and cons of a joint home loan.

Avoid overspending on funerals

Here are tips on how you can avoid overspending.

What it takes to get out of debt

Debt is not always a bad thing, but when it gets out of control, it can be very destructive.

The 10 biggest mistakes people make regarding their pension

Tips on how to manage your pension fund

WALLETWISE gives you tips for smarter and safer banking

You work hard for your money, so protect it by knowing and understanding the risks involved with your daily banking activities.WALLETWISE is a Standard...

Battling with debt? Here’s how you can manage it better.

If you find yourself relying on debt and not your income to survive every month, it is a sign that you need to evaluate your finances to get financial stability.

Why it’s important to plan ahead for tombstone unveiling costs

If you don’t plan adequately for post funeral expenses, you may find yourself having to borrow money to cover tombstone unveiling costs.

Money Matters – Hire purchase & UIF

Buying on hire purchase Understanding the advantages and risks of a hire purchase agreement.What is the difference between a hire purchase and loan?Hire purchase is...

Buying a house when you’re single

If you’re young and working, you don’t have to wait until you’re in a permanent relationship before you buy your first home.

Money Matters – Borrowing

Plan for borrowingNeed a loan or just some extra cash on the side? You may need to borrow from the bank. But, before you...

Money matters

Avoid a credit crisisKnow and understand the difference between good and bad credit so you can establish a healthy credit record.The word credit does...

Here’s when you should consider debt review

Applying for debt counselling should be carefully considered as there are both advantages and consequences to this debt relief option.



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