6 signs it’s time to get some financial help

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There are many factors that can place you under financial stress and put you at risk of personal insolvency. Some of these, such as unexpected job loss or ill health, can be outside of your control. However, there are also often clear signs that you’re heading into the financial danger...
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Post-bankruptcy: what to do after declaring bankruptcy

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Declaring bankruptcy is a difficult and frightening time. However, it’s far more common than you may realise. In 2017 alone, there were over 7,500 acts of personal insolvency in Australia, including bankruptcies, debt agreements and personal insolvency agreements, according to Australian Government statistics . Take heart that it’s entirely possible...
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5 Tips for Budgeting Success

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  Setting and sticking to a budget is the best way to stay on top of your finances. Making and sticking to a budget means you’re paying all of your bills on time and not acquiring unnecessary debt, which keeps your credit history and credit report positive. This is essential...
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How to help raise your credit score!

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While having a poor credit score is never ideal, there are times when your credit report suddenly becomes of pressing concern. Perhaps you are applying for a business loan, a home loan or a student loan. Or maybe a new job application depends upon it. If your credit history is...
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5 long term best practices for rebuilding bad credit

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Because your credit history can have a major impact on your life when it comes to important milestones, such as applying for home loans, student loans or new jobs, it’s essential to rebuild bad credit. This way, you’ll improve your credit score for those critical times when credit checks are...
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5 tips to start managing credit card debt today

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If your credit card debt has spiraled out of control and is causing you serious financial problems, you’re not alone. According to the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC), Australians owe around $32 billion in credit card debt or an average of around $4,200 per credit card holder. The primary...
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