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Debt Tips

7 Tips for a Debt-Free Christmas

7 Tips for a Debt-Free Christmas

If you're already struggling with debt, Christmas can be the most stressful time of the year, especially if you feel pressured to buy gifts you can't afford and run up even more debt. According to the National Retail Association (NRA), Australians spend more than $1 billion a day on Christmas shopp..... Read more

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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 getti..... Read more

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Heading Overseas? You Can't Escape Student Debt

Heading Overseas? You Can't Escape Student Debt

For many people, repaying student loans is low on the list of priorities for life. You may have relied on the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) during your student days, or a Trade Support Loan (TSL) during an apprenticeship, but paying it back is often treated as an optional obligation – especi..... Read more

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Comprehensive Credit Reporting

Comprehensive Credit Reporting

Are you ready for comprehensive credit reporting? From 1st July 2018, all of Australia's big banks are required to provide more information about their customers' spending and saving habits. This allows lenders to see a more detailed account of your credit history, both positive and negative. While..... Read more

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5 Things that Financially Successful Individuals Do

5 Things that Financially Successful Individuals Do

Financial security may seem like something that you can only dream about achieving. However, there are several things that financially successful people do that has allowed them to obtain this goal – and you can get there too by following their advice. Here are the 5 things that financially success..... Read more

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How to Save Money this Holiday Season

How to Save Money this Holiday Season

The holiday season is among the more expensive times of the year for many people. After all, you may spend a modest fortune on holiday gifts, seasonal foods, travel, special events and more. With the holidays approaching, you might already be feeling the financial strain associated with these and ot..... Read more

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2 Main Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

2 Main Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

Is your credit score not looking too great at the moment? From getting loan rejections to rejected credit card increases - the plethora of disadvantages associated with a bad credit score can often be difficult to deal with. To see how we can improve credit score, let’s first take a look at the mai..... Read more

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Paying Off Debt vs. Saving for Emergencies

Paying Off Debt vs. Saving for Emergencies

It is often hard to choose between paying off a debt and saving for emergencies. This brings us to the age old question – “Should I save up or pay off my debts first?” To answer this question, let’s look at the pros of both sides of the argument. In Favour Of Paying Off Debt Paying off debt before ..... Read more

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How To Save Up For A Vacation!

How To Save Up For A Vacation!

Longing to go on vacation but still have debts to pay? Everyone needs and deserves a vacation once in a while to relax, rest and rejuvenate. But sometimes financial stress can make it hard to save up for a vacation and cause you to put it off altogether. But don’t fret! Here are some ways you can sa..... Read more

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Normalising Debt vs. Living debt Free

Normalising Debt vs. Living debt Free

With Australian Household debt rates rising higher than ever, it’s easy to normalise your debt as everyone begins to think of debt as normal. But normalising debt can lead you to fall into deeper debt, causing a debt-cycle. So instead of taking out another loan to finance your next purchase, follow ..... Read more

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