Taking out a new credit card for the first time is a huge, exciting milestone. You suddenly find yourself with access to more money when you need it. Of course, this is all money that needs to be repaid on time. If you miss payments the interest will start adding up and you will find yourself in more debt than you bargained for.
Plastic money, where all you have to do is swipe a card and that product or service is yours. It’s great, right? Until you get your credit card bill in the mail and realise you don’t have the funds to pay it off and the interest starts accruing.
Investing enables you to expand your finances. If you leave your money in a bank, it won’t do anything for you except gain you minuscule
This year has been a profitable one for Australian credit card debt and mortgages. According to the latest percentages, Aussies seem to be managing much
It is no surprise that Australian consumers between the ages of 34-54 have been cited as the biggest contributor to the near-record Australian national credit
The total value of credit card and charge card transactions, including cash advances, rose by 9.6% in March this year. Australians spent $18.78 billion on