Tips to save money on your water and electricity bill

Tips to save money on your water and electricity bill

By Anja van den Berg Water is a precious commodity in South Africa and, along with electricity, is a big expense for many homeowners.  Being powerwise and waterwise means thinking about every millilitre you use – every leak, every running tap, every bowl or bucket of water that you throw away – as well as every time you switch on  … Read more

Buy food or cook on a budget

Buy food or cook on a budget

By Nico Strydom The rising cost of living can bully your purse and food is a major part of a family’s monthly budget. However, with a few smart ideas and a bit of imagination you can give your family healthy and nourishing dishes while staying within your budget. Here are some hints on how to make your food trolley less  … Read more

How Much Should You Spend On Leisure And Entertainment?

How Much Should You Spend On Leisure And Entertainment?

By Anja van den Berg Data from Statistics South Africa’s Living Conditions Survey (LCS) provides a breakdown on how the average South African household spends its money over the course of a year. The LCS found that in 2015, the average South African household consisted of three to four persons, with an average annual income and consumption expenditure of R138,168  … Read more

When is it the right time to buy a house?

When is it the right time to buy a house?

By Nico Strydom The most-asked question among home buyers is when to buy. Although there are many factors to consider, there is only one short answer: “When you can afford it,” says Bruce Swain, executive officer of the Leapfrog Property Group. “When buyers are serious about buying a house, they begin to search the internet for houses and they read  … Read more

How to assess whether your debt level is dangerously high

How to assess whether your debt level is dangerously high

By Anja van den Berg How much debt is too much? While there is no definite measure, there are ways to determine whether you’ve taken on more than you can handle. It may be that you have too much debt, but it may also be that you are not spending your available income correctly, explains debt counsellor Renee Marais. The  … Read more


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