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7 Ways to Pay Off Credit Card Debt Faster

7 Ways to Pay Off Credit Card Debt Faster

Are you struggling to pay off one or more credit cards? High interest rates, fees and penalties can sometimes make credit card debt seem never-ending, even if you stop using the card, but there are always options. Read these 7 tips to help you pay off your plastic and break the debt cycle sooner. 1. Create a budget Having a clear idea of where your money's going can help you to cut out the less n..... Read more

Category: Credit Card Debt

How to Fix a Bad Credit History

How to Fix a Bad Credit History

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Category: Credit Card Debt

What Happens to Debts After Death?

What Happens to Debts After Death?

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-borrowers or signed a guarantee. Dying with debt could also affect someone's estate and how much is left ..... Read more

Category: Debt Management

Will Bankruptcy Clear All My Debts?

Will Bankruptcy Clear All My Debts?

If you're trapped under a mountain of debt that you can't repay and being hassled by debt collectors, bankruptcy may seem like an attractive solution for wiping the slate clean. However, like any major decision, it needs to be researched carefully to make sure you know the risks. When you go bankrupt, in most cases you will be released from your debts (depending on how many dependants you have an..... Read more

Category: Bankruptcy

Good Debt vs. Bad Debt: What Type Do You Have?

Good Debt vs. Bad Debt: What Type Do You Have?

No one likes to be in debt, but debt is a necessary fact of life for most Australians. Whether you're buying a home, going to university or starting a business, loans are often the only way to access the urgent finance you need to move forward in life. On the other hand, some types of debt can be less beneficial and has the potential to cause hardship. Knowing the differences between good debt an..... Read more

Category: Debt Management

Should You Buy a Car When You're in Debt?

Should You Buy a Car When You're in Debt?

If you're already in debt, adding a car loan to the pile could create problems if it means you might struggle to meet all your monthly payments on time. But sometimes, there's no avoiding it. Here are questions to ask yourself and steps you should take before making the big decision. Do you really need a car? If you live somewhere that's well served by public transport, you should consider whethe..... Read more

Category: 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

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