MyTreasury.co.za crunched the numbers to see when it might make financial sense for a South African to own a car as opposed to just using Uber.
Category - Budgeting
With careful planning and budgeting, an overseas trip doesn't have to turn into a financial liability.
Times are tough and even though the inflation rate might be slowing down, prices are still going up. This means your cost of living is only going to increase as the months go by.
Users of the 22seven app are amazed to discover how much they are overspending on entertainment and eating out.
There is no doubt that 2016 is going to be tough on households financially as price increases across the board push up our day-to-day living expenses.
Budgeting and knowing where your money is going is all well and good, but how do you use this knowledge to reach the goal of being debt free?
I am now onto week three of testing out the 22seven app and it is already starting to have an impact on our household finances.
Join me over the next few weeks as I document my 22seven.com experience.
Some analysts claim that first-time home buyers should delay buying due to the current economy. But the decision to buy a house should start with whether or not you can afford it, in a rising interest rate environment.
Education costs continue to rise well above inflation, placing a heavy financial burden on parents.
Whenever Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) releases the consumer price index (inflation) figure, I always wonder whose basket of goods they are using, because I can assure you that my living costs are increasing well above the 5.2% CPI recorded...
There is much to be said for renting when it comes to electronics, appliances and even furniture. When I was young, everyone rented a TV, most of them from Teljoy. In those days, TVs were simply unaffordable and credit was not as easily...