Make your debt repayments more affordable! South Africans worried about how to pay their debts on time can use debt counselling to restructure their debts.
Hire purchase agreements make expensive items affordable. But if you can’t make the monthly payment you can come to an agreement or return the goods.
Debt counselling is a way you can pay off your debts and have enough money left to live on each month. But not everyone qualifies, and it does take some time.
We look at the options South Africans have if they are struggling to pay their debts. These include payment holidays, loan restructuring and debt counselling.
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