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Questions You’ve Had about Consolidating Debt But Haven’t Asked

Debt consolidation is regarded with kind eyes by many Aussies and often described as a solution to all of your problems. Just like the name says, debt consolidation refers to putting all of your debts together, in order to keep track of your payments easier.

In addition, this change will save you money and allow you […]

Are You Falling for these Debt Consolidation Traps?

Do you feel burdened by several credit card debts and other outstanding loans and you think debt consolidation could provide some serious relief?

Debt consolidation is a new loan that allows you to pay off your multiple balances in one monthly payment. It doesn’t erase all your debts, but simply makes it easier for you to […]

Top Questions to Ask Yourself before Consolidating Your Debt

Debt consolidation is the process that gathers the total amount of your outstanding debts into one single loan. As with any other financial procedures, it may or may not work for you. The key is to know what to look at to ensure that you’ve made the right choice for your personal background. If you’re […]

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5 Reasons A Short Term Loan Is an Excellent Solution

Taking a loan isn’t proof that you aren’t administrating your finances well or that you aren’t earning enough money to support your family. A loan is a great method that offers you a way out of a problem!

A short term loan solves the issue immediately and without all the fuss that comes with larger loans. […]

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Many Australians Are Turning to Debt Agreements

Debt agreements are an alternative to declaring bankruptcy. Rather than be haunted by the irreversible effects that bankruptcy can have on your credit record, entering into a debt agreement can give you a debt-free fresh start. They’re becoming the popular choice for Australians in need of debt solutions. Debt agreements are overseen by the Australian […]

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Growing Your Emergency Cash

Everyone should have an emergency cash fund. Having emergency cash available will give you a sense of financial security and it will stop you from running up your credit card bill whenever an unexpected cost springs up. An emergency cash fund should be set aside especially for accidents and emergency car repairs since these can […]

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Efficient debt help for a secure financial future

Getting debt help can be the most important thing to you and your family’s future. Managing your family’s funds now with debt help is a step in the right direction towards setting up a trust fund. Getting the debt you have in order under your mortgage’s interest rate or consolidating the debt into a lower […]

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Debt Crisis as Housing Market Plummets

Australians attempting to sell their homes are suffering as property values take a nosedive.
Hitting hard particularly in areas of Sydney, a recent investigation has shown that sellers are falling into dire financial situations due to the low property prices and a plummeting housing market. As The Sydney Morning Herald discerned, “plummeting property prices have meant many vendors are confronting negative equity, where they owe more on the property than it is worth.” Many Australians asking what they should do in such a downward trending housing market.

One particular example, of a three bedroom brick-veneer house in St Claire which recently sold in August for $260,000 plummeted 42% from its 2003 sale of $450,000. […]

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Reserve Bank Urges Australians to Avoid Panic

Despite the many impending pressures imposed by the Global recession, the Reserve Bank remains optimistic about Australia’s financial future.
Rising unemployment, pricey living costs, increasing household debts; it all seems bad news for Australian household budgets. However the Australian Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens urged consumers to have “quiet confidence” about their financial future. […]

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Aussie Families Struggle with Debt

One of Australia’s biggest reporting agencies says the global financial downturn is still hurting people, with 1 in 6 Australians struggling to pay off their debt.
Veda Advantage says a fair 20% of those in debt are actually looking for additional credit to help pay off their existing debts. In these tough economic times Australians have really felt it hit their pockets.

The survey conducted by Veda comes at a time when a growing number of economists are starting to think that the worst of the global downturn is coming to an end. However there continues to be a segment of society that is still doing it tough – this could also be associated with the now larger unemployment rate.

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