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Debt Help

Can I Escape Debt Overseas?

Can I Escape Debt Overseas?

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. Whatever type of debt you have, it's important to know what will happen to it and what your responsibiliti..... Read more

Category: Debt Help

How to Avoid 'Debt Lag' when Travelling Abroad

How to Avoid 'Debt Lag' when Travelling Abroad

For many Australians, a relaxing holiday is followed up by stressful debt repayments when they arrive back home, as they struggle to pay off the loans and credit cards used to fund their trips away. If you don't want your holiday spending to spoil the rest of your year, following these 5 tips could help you avoid 'debt lag' or minimise its effects. 1. Stick to a budget Work out how much money you..... Read more

Category: Budgeting, Debt Help

How to Cope with Record Household Debt

How to Cope with Record Household Debt

While many developed countries have seen debt levels declining in the decade since the global financial crisis, Australia's personal debt is today among the highest in the world compared to GDP. According to the latest OECD data for 2016, Australians owe a combined $2 trillion of personal debt, with the average household owing $250,000. This figure has more than doubled in the last 12 years, acco..... Read more

Category: Debt Help, Debt Management

5 Excuses That Keep People in Debt

5 Excuses That Keep People in Debt

From mortgages and credit cards to student loans, nearly all Australians are in debt at some time in their lives, but it doesn't have to stay that way. While there can be many factors keeping you in the red, sometimes a change of attitude and adjusting your priorities can go a long way towards getting out of debt. Here are five common excuses that trap people in the debt cycle for longer. 1. "I'm ..... Read more

Category: Debt Help, Debt Tips