Money questions? Ask the expert

By Staff Writer

The global economy has been faltering and even though South Africa has not had to bear the full brunt of the financial meltdown people here are still scared about the future and what it will hold for them. In times of uncertainity it is always wise to get the input of an expert. Justmoney.co.za South Africa's online guide to money is a website that can put you in touch with an expert to help you answer your personal financial questions. So how does it work?

 

  • Click to ask the expert
  • Choose the expert you need
  • Ask your question

 

Simple as that. Justmoney has experts available for bank accounts, credit cards, debt, homeloans, life insurance and foreign exchange. They are waiting to answer your questions and help you get a little more certainity about your finances in a rapidly changing world. The effects of the global financial crisis are expected to last for a while yet so now is the time to look at your finances, get sorted what needs sorted and prepare for when the markets start to improve again.

Questions that have been answered include if you can open a bank account regardless of your credit history, and the answer is yes but you won't be able to apply for a credit card until you have improved your credit history. The expert also included a handy tip on how to go about doing that. Another question asks when should you get life cover. The answer is that you should look at taking life insurance once you have a major liability, like a bond, that would need to be covered should anything happen to you. Ask the expert today and find your way to financial freedom.

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