2 October 2019
What’s your number? If you’re about to rattle off your mobile phone digits, you might be surprised to know there’s another number that might make an even bigger difference in your life: your credit score.
28 August 2019
When you have a lot of different loans and payments going out of your bank account throughout the month, it’s sometimes hard to keep track of what you owe and where.
15 August 2019
Have you thought about taking out a loan lately? Then you might have heard the term “debt servicing”. But what does it really mean, and why should you care about it?Let’s start from the beginning…
8 August 2019
Your 30s often bring big decisions and new responsibilities – but this stage of life can also be an opportunity to set up your future wealth. So, we have sourced some tips for you, to help you make smart money decisions.
1 August 2019
Do you remember the first money lessons you got from an influential adult in your life? Whether it was putting money away with school banking or having to decide what item at the toy store you really wanted, these financial lessons stay with us for life.
28 May 2019
Do you spend a lot of time thinking about money? As humans, we are often emotional creatures first and rational beings second. And our emotional relationship with money is no exception. The good news is, knowing what your emotional relationship with money is can help you transform it.
22 May 2019
A rainy-day fund can be a great addition to your finances, providing you with the help you need to turn a potential downpour in a drizzle. Here are four key benefits of having an emergency fund in place.
13 May 2019
Sharing money as a couple can present challenges, but with a good plan and a willingness to make it work, these challenges are not insurmountable. Here are some tips we found on Thebalance.com to help you navigate the joint finances path.
22 February 2019
A good credit score is important for anyone to have, and yet, it often doesn’t get the attention it deserves.
19 March 2017
If you are managing multiple debts, you may be struggling with a combination of high interest rates and high repayment rates. This can mean that you are faced with high repayment costs, and that your funds are tied up in repaying debt without getting rid of it.