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Financial Health

How to prepare your car for a long-distance trip

By Harper Banks

We consider preparations needed to undertake a long-distance road trip.

How to prepare your car for a long-distance trip
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Insurance

Why "insurance fronting" for your children is a bad idea

By Fiona Zerbst

We examine the consequences of “insurance fronting” for your children and investigate legal ways to decrease your children’s premiums in South Africa.

Why "insurance fronting" for your children is a bad idea
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Debt

What’s the minimum income for a car loan?

By Harper Banks

When you apply for vehicle finance, your lender will consider several factors when assessing your application, including your income.

What’s the minimum income for a car loan?
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Credit

How Gen Zs are using their credit cards

By Harper Banks

Gen Zs have a unique perspective on credit cards and managing credit card usage. We consider these patterns, and what we can learn from them.

How Gen Zs are using their credit cards
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Financial Health

Alternatives to traditional car ownership

By Harper Banks

In the face of rising inflation, consumers are considering alternatives to traditional car ownership. We consider three of these.

Alternatives to traditional car ownership
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Financial News

Does installing a tracker reduce your insurance premium?

By Danielle van Wyk

Installing a tracker can increase the safety of your car and track it in the event of theft and hijacking. But what kind of impact will it have on your insurance premiums?

Does installing a tracker reduce your insurance premium?
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Vehicle Finance

Is it worth refinancing your car?

By Harper Banks

Vehicle finance is a long-term commitment. Once you sign on the dotted line, you’ll be locked into a contract for several years. However, it is possible to renegotiate your terms via vehicle refinancing.

Is it worth refinancing your car?
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