Debtfree July 2017 – Editor’s Note
Life in debt review is not one of luxury. It is one of covering the basics while shedding the extra weight of the debt we have accrued. In reality, it is actually moving onward and upward. Each month we have less debt and are one step closer to being debt free but it might not always feel that way. To get help many have had to consult experts and pay them for assistance. Pay more to get out of debt? Does that seem right? In this issue, we consider if debt review is worth it. Is it value for money? We look at the costs and ask: is it expensive or not?
‘is it expensive or not?’
We also look at the recent industry news and economy. Some big things are coming in August so, be sure to check out our “News Section”. We also have some tips for debt review success in our Debt Review School articles. We also have reviews and letters from readers and much more.
‘you ARE taking an important step towards a more successful life by dealing with your debt’
We hope you enjoy this issue as it informs you, motivates you and helps you see that you ARE taking an important step towards a more successful life by dealing with your debt. A step that leads you to better things. A step towards financial freedom and becoming debt free.
This article from the July 2017 issue of Debtfree Magazine
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Editor’s Note May 2017 Running out of water has been on the mind of those living in Cape Town for a few weeks now. Dam levels are dropping and as the rest of the country watches the city of many … read more
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Debtfree Magazine February 2017 – Our Editor’s Note Well, the nation might be in a noisy and somewhat amusing state but the budget speech was enough to make you sleepy…unless you earn millions of Rand each year. It is good … read more
Editor’s Note The year sure has got off to a busy start, with petrol prices going up, electricity hikes looming, water getting increasingly scarce, President Trump causing all sorts of chaos (which has been good for the Rand) and all … read more
Editor’s Note So, Americans have voted and chosen their next President. The results were close, as always, even though the vast majority of Americans didn’t bother to vote. Though Mr. Trump took the vote at the end of the day … read more
Editor’s Note To pay…or not to pay? That is the question that we have a detailed look at this issue. Many consumers face this choice at the end of the year when the holidays roll around. We consider the dangers … read more