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A Savings Plan That Works

A savings plan should be a part of everyone’s life. It is not something you need to consider but something that you need to make a conscious decision on doing and sticking with. Just like everything else that you are serious about you should have a plan on how to do it. With no plan […]

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How Pet Owners Can Save on Pet Food

Owning a pet can be incredibly rewarding, fulfilling and fun over the course of your furry friend’s life, but it can also get quite expensive. We don’t always consider the long-term costs of pet ownership because let’s face it; they’re cute and cuddly so the benefits usually take precedent over the practicality. Adding a bag […]

By |October 16th, 2015|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on How Pet Owners Can Save on Pet Food

Federal Budget 2015 – The Good and The Bad

The Australian federal budget changes announced on May 12th had many positive points as well as several negative points that you might have missed if you did not pay close attention and read the details.
Federal Budget 2015
The Bad

On the negative side, the federal budget axed large portions of the money devoted to combating climate change. Abbott’s […]

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Making Sense of Australia’s Comprehensive Credit Reporting

Understanding Bad Credit with Australia’s new Comprehensive Credit Reporting
Australia’s new comprehensive credit reporting system came into effect from March 12 this year and has changed the manner in which some lenders look at risks when accepting new clients. […]

By |July 7th, 2014|Categories: Financial Planning|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Making Sense of Australia’s Comprehensive Credit Reporting