How to curb spending

By Staff Writer

How to curb spending

From iAfrica.com

Times are tougher than Vernon Koekemoer's biceps at the moment, yet many of us are slipping further into debt because we have compulsive spending habits which we find hard to break.
Virgin Money provides seven simple strategies for keeping unsmiling debt collectors from popping round at 5am:

Justmoney.co.za says:

Check your credit cards, beat inflation with a great savings account, consolidate your debt, and start planning for your retirement.

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