How Quick Loans Can Help You Take Control Of Your Finances

If debt is a pervasive part of your life, and every now and then you are looking for quick loans, you are not alone. But, don’t you know that you can find your way back to a stable financial ground with good planning and a little bit of work?

People are in debt because…There are many […]

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What is Bitcoin?

Understanding Bitcoin
More and more Australians are becoming aware of something called “Bitcoin”, even though many of them aren’t quite sure what it is. Although a recent phenomenon, Bitcoin has already managed to capture the imaginations of many people from different backgrounds and from all walks of life. Bitcoin is somewhat a form of currency. It’s like currency in the sense that you can use it to buy goods or services at establishments which honor Bitcoin. In the past, there were not many companies which would be willing to accept it as a form of payment. However with each passing month, it seems that more websites are announcing that they are willing to receive it as payment. […]

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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. […]

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Retirees Struggle with Finances

A recent survey has shown that one in four self-funded retirees has been forced to return to the workforce as a result of their shrinking retirement funds. On top of this, retirees are looking to cut spending, accept a lower standard of living, sell assets, cancel travel and recreational activities, or delay retirement altogether.

The survey shows that four in ten have lost more than $100,000 in the market downturn. More than one in ten have lost half of their invested wealth (excluding unlisted property).

As a result, 26% of retirees have been forced to get a job or are planning to do so simply to make ends meet.


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