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  • Bankruptcy and Centrelink Debts

    What happens to my Centrelink debts if I go bankrupt? As a general rule we have always told our potential clients not to count on having your Centrelink debt written off when you declare bankruptcy, however it seems more and more this is not the case. In most cases it has been our experience that […]
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  • What You Need to Know About Debt Agreements

    Most Australians experience financial challenges during their lifetime, and this is often considered a normal fluctuation in our finances. But what if you’re unable to work out these issues yourself, but at the same time, you don’t want to file for bankruptcy?   Debt consolidation loans are a common option that relieves individuals of financial […]
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  • Tips on How to Address Your Financial Difficulties

    There’s no doubt that financial issues can bring about a lot of anxiety in our lives. Always fretting about how you’re going to pay your bills not only makes you anxious, but also places stress on your relationships, your family, and your health. The fact is, worrying about money isn’t going to solve your financial […]
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  • Effective Ways to Save Money on Your Electricity Bill this Winter

    Personally, I find there’s nothing more discomforting than being cold. Hailing from Queensland, I’m used to the humid sun and it doesn’t trouble me much, but the cold hits me like a tonne of bricks! Like many of you, my electricity bill soars through the winter season and there’s a few reasons why. Not only […]
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  • Bankruptcy and Child Support – Everything You Need to Know

    Declaring bankruptcy certainly isn’t the end of the world, but it does have severe repercussions that will have a bearing on your finances in the years to come. I’ve discovered that most of the time, focusing efforts on building a bright future is the best way for people to handle their bankruptcy and subsequent recovery. […]
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  • Top 5 Tips on How to File For Bankruptcy in Australia

    Most Australian’s have only truly contemplated bankruptcy when playing a game of Monopoly with their friends! Despite this, there are an estimated 13,000 individuals that declare bankruptcy each year in Australia. It’s astounding how rapidly individuals can go from experiencing a balanced financial position to confronting a mountain of debt. Typically, situations such as loss […]
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  • Top 3 Causes of Personal Bankruptcy in Australia

    Nobody wants to consider bankruptcy, which is understandable since bankruptcy will influence your financial situation for years to follow. This may be one of the reasons why people don’t look for financial help in times of need, because they are under the common misunderstanding that bankruptcy is the only way to resolve their financial problems. […]
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  • The Difference Between Good Debt and Bad Debt – What You Need To Understand

    For the majority of Australian adults, debt is a part of our daily lives. Whether or not you want to enhance your skills by earning a degree, invest in a house for your family, or buy a vehicle so your family has transport, obtaining a loan is very common simply because we don’t have sufficient […]
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  • Best Ways to Improve a Poor Credit Report

    Whether we acknowledge it or not, our credit report has a considerable effect on our lives. It’s kind of like our health; we don’t appreciate good health until we lose it. Lots of people don’t even learn that they have a bad credit report until they apply for a personal line of credit and it’s […]
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  • Weddings On A Budget – Tips On How To Save Money When Getting Hitched

      Most of us have a pretty good understanding that weddings can be an expensive exercise, but do you really understand just how much the average wedding costs in Australia? A little over $36,000, according to Australia’s Money Smart website. And that was in 2012! Nowadays, it’s most probably somewhere around the $50,000 mark. I […]
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