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Should You Help Your Child to Buy a Home?

The Bank of Mum and Dad became one of Australia's top 10 lenders last year, with more than half of young Aussies seeking financial help from their parents to buy their first home. If you want to help your kids take their first step on the property ladder, there are more ways to do it than just lend... Continue reading

Tags:  Family Budgeting,  Home Loan,  Wealth Management

What Are the Alternatives to Payday Loans?

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With consumer debt continuing to rise, more Australians are relying on payday lenders as a quick fix when they need some extra cash. These lenders offer small amount loans to people who might be refused a traditional bank loan because of their circumstances. Of course, like everything that sounds t... Continue reading

Tags:  Loans,  Personal Loan

How the 50/20/30 Budget Rule Could Help You Save

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More than 1 in 3 people in Australia live from paycheck to paycheck, according to UBank research. If you feel like there's never any money left at the end of the month, the 50/20/30 budgeting rule could help you to take better control of your finances. This rule of thumb was popularised by Elizabet... Continue reading

Tags:  Budgeting,  Debt Advice,  Debt Management Tips,  Personal Loan

Budgeting for a Baby: How Much Do You Need?

Having a baby is an exciting time, but it can also bring stress and worry if you haven't got your finances in check. On average, it's estimated that Australian parents spend around $10,000 in their baby's first year alone, but this can be reduced significantly with good planning. The earlier you pr... Continue reading

Tags:  Budgeting,  Family Budgeting

Can I Get a Loan with Bad Credit or No Credit?

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If you've got a low credit score, or you haven't built any credit, this can limit your options if you need to borrow money. Improving your credit score will improve your prospects, but this takes time. If you need money more urgently, you can compare non-conforming loans to find the best deal. Wha... Continue reading

Tags:  Credit Card Debt,  Debt Management Tips,  Debt Stress,  Financial Plan,  Loans,  Personal Debt Management,  Personal Loan,  Wealth Management

How to Cancel a Credit Card the Right Way

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Keeping a credit card active, even if you're not using it, can impact your credit score. But if you want to avoid annual fees, switch to a better deal, get out of debt or your card's been lost or stolen, it's important to make sure you cancel your card properly. Otherwise, you might still be charged... Continue reading

Tags:  Credit Card Debt,  Debt Management Tips,  Personal Debt Management

How to Fix a Bad Credit History

How to Fix a Bad Credit History

Are you worried about your credit history? If you've been rejected for loans, missed your monthly payments or had other financial troubles in the past, these could continue to affect you for years down the line. Understanding how your credit score works and what lenders are looking for is the first... Continue reading

Tags:  Bad Debt,  Credit Card Debt

What Happens to Debts After Death?

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No one likes to think about their own death or that of a loved one, but taking steps to improve your financial situation today could prevent unnecessary stress for your family during a difficult time. Family members are not usually responsible for paying someone else's debt, unless they are co-borr... Continue reading

Tags:  Bad Debt,  Credit Card Debt,  Debt Advice,  Debt Agreement,  Debt Relief,  Debt Stress

Can a Balance Transfer Credit Card Get Me Out of Debt?

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One in six Australians struggles with credit card debt, according to ASIC figures. People who miss their monthly payments can find themselves trapped in a spiral of debt with exorbitant fees and interest rates often as high as 20%. If you're burdened by credit card debt, you should compare options ... Continue reading

Tags:  Credit Card Debt,  Debt Advice,  Debt Stress

Can I Escape Debt Overseas?

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Jetting off for a new life overseas is a fresh start, but it doesn't mean you can wipe the slate clean. If you've built up credit card debt, unpaid taxes, a student loan or other borrowed and owed money you haven't paid, it could follow you to your new home or affect your finances from afar. Whatev... Continue reading

Tags:  Debt Advice,  Personal Debt Management

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