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Financial literacy isn’t as complex as most people set it out to be. It’s the ability to understand and apply financial skills including those related to saving, investing and budgeting. It’s a skill that everyone has the ability to master but one that many seem to overlook the most. In South Africa, we have a… Read more →
There’re many different budgeting methods out there. Which one you choose to use depends entirely on your particular financial needs and goals. There really is no ‘best’ way to budget, but our goal at 22seven is to help you budget better.
So, you’ve signed up to 22seven, linked your accounts, and have your most recent transactions neatly categorised in the app. Now what? Well, now would be a good time to start budgeting.
If you want to save money, Georgina Guedes has worked out that you need to stop going to places that make you want to spend it – especially when you’re buying groceries.
When most people think of saving money, they think it means frugality, thriftiness, cutting down on stuff. In short: less fun. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
22seven isn’t all things to all people, but it is lots of things to lots of people. Here are some of the ways to use 22seven that you may not have thought of.
Could we live without money at all? Yes, according to some, and we probably should: we’d be better off.
I never used to put much thought into the way I spent my money. I never planned or monitored anything. I knew more or less how much I spent on certain things every month and I thought that was all I needed. A vague idea of where my money went. It’s pretty amazing, then, that… Read more →