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Who Didn’t Need To Go Bankrupt

Bankruptcy levels are almost at their highest levels. Last year, nearly 26000 battling Australians went bankrupt. Looking at this figure, it’s easy to forget that there are human stories behind this startling number. It’s a desperate story of a dream turning into a financial nightmare. It doesn’t... READ MORE

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Do’s and Don’ts of Saving Money

Saving money, it’s on all of our minds these days. For many it’s an impossible expectation. The truth is though, if you can save even a few dollars a month, it really is better than nothing. Follow these do’s and don’ts that will add a little money to your savings account: D... READ MORE

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4 Reasons Not To Borrow from Family or Friends

Borrowing money from friends or family can be a very sensitive topic, but one that might ring a familiar bell to a lot of people. Whether you’ve experienced this yourself or heard stories second-hand, situations like these can prove to be quite complicated for all those involved. Whilst the co... Continue reading

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Top 5 Apps to Help Control Your Personal Finances

Have you ever wondered how much of your money goes to paying off bills? Or how much disposable income you can afford to spend without affecting your day-to-day living expenses? Organising your finances can be a time consuming and mundane process. Keeping track of your spending and expenses is not a... Continue reading

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Personal Debt Agreements Still on the Rise

Overall in Australia, and especially in Western Australia, personal debt agreements are on the rise. Traditional bankruptcies have also increased, but far less so than personal debt agreements. In Western Australia, personal debt agreements have increased nearly 30 percent, while bankruptcies have i... Continue reading

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How to Get Over Your Debt Hangover!

What is a Debt Hangover? With Australia now sitting at an all-time household debt high of over $1 trillion, it’s no surprise that the FCA (Financial Counselling Australia) headlined mortgage stress as a top contributor to Australia’s “debt hangover”. The CEO of FCA went on ... Continue reading

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5 Tips to get over your Debt Hangover!

With Australia now sitting at an all-time household debt high of over $1 trillion, it’s no surprise that the FCA (Financial Counselling Australia) headlined mortgage stress as a top contributor to Australia’s “debt hangover”. The CEO of FCA went on to express that 30% of Aus... Continue reading

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4 Types of Debt to Avoid

In the course of our lives many of us are often forced to take our some form of loan in order to fund our daily needs. However, this can lead to a pile up of debt that creeps up on you before you even realise it. Here are four types of debt that you should avoid and ways to prevent taking out a loan... Continue reading

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New Year's Resolution – Becoming Debt Free

For many people, the New Year can be a powerful motivator to make positive changes in their lives – as long as you set realistic targets that you know you can actually stick to. Resolutions tend to focus on health and lifestyle changes, which is great, but you shouldn't miss the chance to g... Continue reading

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Will Getting Married Affect My Debt?

What happens to my debt after getting married?

Marriage can affect your finances beyond wedding expenses, but tying the knot doesn't mean you automatically share responsibility for your spouse's past debt. You may decide to help each other out to pay off outstanding loans and credit cards, but in most cases, credit applied for by an individual ... Continue reading

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