Debtfree Cover – January 2019
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This month’s cover looks tranquil, peaceful, relaxing. Wouldn’t it be great if you could describe the whole of 2019 that way? Maybe you will…especially compared to the year your friends are going to have.
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NCR Try To Promote Responsible Borrowing The National Credit Regulator (NCR) has been busy communicating with the media asking them to spread the word to consumers that if they are going to borrow money this month (Jan is a tough … read more
The Figures From the 2018 Treasury Breifing About Debt Last year, the National Treasury & research firm Eighty20 received a briefing and gave comments about the overall debt situation in South Africa (and proposals on dealing with them). They were … read more
NCR Form 41 & 4th Quarter Report Due Each year Debt Counsellors submit quarterly reports (every 3 months) called Form 42s to the NCR and also submit an annual Compliance Return. The compliance return (Form 41) ask the Debt Counsellor … read more
New Contact Info? If you have begun your 2019 at a new firm (with new work email address) or a new physical address (due to a move) or perhaps switched from one mobile network to another then you should remember … read more
DCASA W Cape Regional Meeting Date Announced The Debt Counsellors Association of South Africa will be holding a regional meeting at the Parow Golf Course in Cape Town on the 19th of February. The meeting will feature an update on CIF … read more
Research In India & Philippines Shows How People Fall Back Into Debt When everyone has so much debt that they live from paycheck to paycheck being debt free is the new form of being rich these days. Many people dream … read more
The National Minimum Wage As of 1 Jan 2019 the new national minimum wage has been in effect. Here are the basic facts and figures of the Act. The national minimum wage for each hour worked is R20 Minimum Wage … read more
Trying to Make it to February After the holidays it can be increasingly hard to find the cash you need to make it to your next paycheck. You probably have raided and emptied all your children’s piggy banks, checked behind … read more