Tips to avoid financial hot water

You work hard for your money during the year, so don’t let absentminded mistakes over the holidays leave you out of pocket. Here are some practical tips to help you keep financially fit over the festive season. Tips to avoid financial hot water Mon, 12 Dec 2005   This article is a printout from iafrica.com… Continue Reading

Questions you should ask

Is your financial plan up to scratch? Here are some of the questions you should be asking yourself. Questions you should ask Johan du Toit Thu, 08 Dec 2005   This article is a printout from iafrica.com Copyright © 2000 iafrica.com*, a division of Metropolis* As the New Year approaches, instead of making those customary… Continue Reading

Save, save, and save!

Time is not on your side when it comes to saving for retirement. Get your plan in shape now… Save, save, and save!  Iona Minton Fri, 02 Dec 2005   This article is a printout from iafrica.com Copyright © 2000 iafrica.com*, a division of Metropolis* A 20-year-old has approximately 480 pay cheques to go before retirement.… Continue Reading

Ten ways to save on groceries

We can cut our credit card bills, pay off store accounts and even settle our bonds but there is one rising expense that we have to pay for the rest of our lives: grocery bills. With the cost of food going up at an alarming rate it is vital that we get a handle on… Continue Reading

Bills: What to keep, what to trash

You know you have to do a massive clean-out, but what do you keep and what do you trash? Many people have had the unfortunate experience of finally throwing the guarantee form stuck on the fridge for 10 months only to have it break down the next week. So here are some guidelines to keeping… Continue Reading

Look after your credit health

Is your credit health is poor, satisfactory or excellent? Look after your credit health  Iona Minton Wed, 14 Sep 2005 This article is a printout from iafrica.com Copyright © 2000 iafrica.com*, a division of Metropolis* Is your credit health is poor, satisfactory or excellent? Credit health is a term often used to describe whether your credit… Continue Reading

Don’t be afraid of money

It’s easy to be afraid of money. We spend our lives chasing after it, and when we’ve got it, it seems to do its best to get away. What is money and how does it work? Don’t be afraid of money  Jocelyn Newmarch Thu, 13 Oct 2005 This article is a printout from iafrica.com Copyright… Continue Reading

Should you consolidate?

Sounds great doesn’t it? Instead of writing out 10 cheques to 10 different creditors you can make one easy payment to a single source and the bill-writing headaches should be gone forever. Better still, by consolidating your debt you could get the added advantage of reducing your monthly payments. So what’s the catch? Should you… Continue Reading

Surviving insolvency

Studies in America revealed that insolvents were better off than the people who continued to battle through their bills in a ten-year period. Provided of course that they did not take on any new debt. Surviving insolvency  Iona Minton Thu, 21 Jul 2005 This article is a printout from iafrica.com Copyright © 2000 iafrica.com*, a division… Continue Reading

Keep your credit record clean

If you have been declined for credit, the credit bureaus will not know why you have been turned down. Only the credit lender with which you have made the application can tell you why your application was declined. Most lenders will look at your personal credit report and use it as part of the decision-making… Continue Reading

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