Three steps to take control of your finances

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An honest assessment of your financial situation will you an idea of where you can reduce some expenses and which debts to pay off.
An honest assessment of your financial situation will you an idea of where you can reduce some expenses and which debts to pay off.
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This is a strange year. It doesn’t seem as bad as last year, as some things have returned to so-called normal. But not everything is up and running again.

Sectors that are operating are doing so under different circumstances. It’s hard to find any business (except perhaps tech related) that hasn’t been hit by last year’s economic downturn.

Consecutive lockdowns have affected most people’s finances, says DebtBusters head Benay Sager, and now, as we reach the end of the first quarter, is a good time to take stock of your finances.

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