If you don’t have a background in finance, concepts like the repo rate and prime lending rate might seem a little mysterious at first. Most of us know that they have something to do with how much interest you pay on a loan in South

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We’ve all read about the perks of working for ourselves: you set your own hours, your earning potential is determined by you and you reap all the benefits. But what is it that makes an entrepreneur different? While that’s a difficult question to answer, it’s just that

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The bad news is that employment trend forecasters are saying that retrenchments, or dismissals for operational requirements, are likely to continue rising into 2018 as businesses respond to the economic conditions and in/outsourcing trends. The good news is that the workforce is becoming more holistically focused,

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Did you know that an active water-saving mindset could actually reduce your insurance risk? Homeowners who regularly check their water meters for constant activity, as well as their municipal accounts which they combine with month-on-month photo evidence of their actual consumption, are more likely to

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Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, yip you read that right. If you’ve waited this long to make firm plans to celebrate chances are you won’t be able to book anything, even if you wanted to spend big money… Luckily we’ve got you covered with this very easy

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The home buying and selling game is forever changing. Semigration and investors buying a property from across the country are some of the factors driving a significant shift in the way buyers are viewing homes, and making their buying decisions. More and more buyers are relying

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First time home buyers often get caught by surprise when banks ask for a deposit in order to secure a home loan. “When applying for a home loan, banks will access your credit status to establish whether you will be able to meet the bond payments.

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Nurture and restoration are set to take centre stage on the residential design front, with architecture, furniture and décor trends all focusing on home as a sanctuary instead of a display. Glamour is definitely in, but hard lines and overly-vivid colours are moving over to

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