Monthly Archives: May 2017


10 Ways Stay At Home Moms Can Save Money

Let's face it, times are tough, with junk status and the state of the economy we all need to start running a tighter ship and cutting out a few unnecessary expenses. For single-income families, this can be especially true as one pay cheque doesn't seem to go as far as it did a few years [...]

By |May 29th, 2017|Blog|1 Comment

How S&P “Junk Status ” Downgrade Will Impact Consumers

The S&P downgrade of SA's foreign currency debt to junk status has been all over the news of late and a talking point for many South Africans. It's media hype my die down eventually but its actual effects will have a longer stay. It will undoubtedly the economy on a large scale and affect consumers, [...]

By |May 28th, 2017|Blog|1 Comment

Quit These 10 Bad Financial Habits To Avoid Debt

Let's face it whether you're in debt or not we could always use some extra money at the end of the month, to put away for emergencies or for the future, but this is easier said than done. For many South Africans saving money isn't something they think about or its thought of as daunting [...]

By |May 28th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

10 Tips To Reduce Your Monthly Spending

Due to the recent junk status downgrade, South African consumers are likely to pay more for food, fuel & other necessities, this will, in turn, be putting a lot more pressure on their monthly budgets. Unfortunately, this isn't where the bill will stop for most of us, consumers could also expect a rise in interest [...]

By |May 10th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments