The headlines are full of articles on unaffordable housing and people struggling to get ahead. In today’s consumerist society, it is easy to get caught up in keeping up with the Jones and start living outside your means. You might not even realize that you are doing it. There is no time like the pre...Read more
Being declared bankrupt can be an extremely difficult and stressful experience. Whatever the reasons behind your bankruptcy, you will naturally be wondering how it affects your chances of borrowing if you need loans either now or in the future.
I’ve been declared bankrupt, can I get a loan?
The ch...Read more
As recently as last year we saw a massive shift in the way we send money online. Blockchain and digital assets went from a niche concept that only experts understood, to something much more mainstream and accessible.
We’re living in a world where time equals money and no one wants to wait arou...Read more
The personal lending market in Australia has grown considerably over the past 10 years. When you throw in the credit card market the combined personal debt that Australian’s have is close to 110 billion.
The Australian lackadaisical “she’ll be right” right attitude often means that we are not alway...Read more
Even a person who is not smart enough can trade CFD. Most traders think that you would need a degree or some other qualification. But the truth is you don't need any if you have the ability to understand the market that's more than enough. There are many traders like the traders in Australia who d...Read more
Forex trading is one of the most popular business in today’s world. People all over the world are getting fascinated about the profit potential of this industry. Many people in Australia often consider trading as the ultimate solution to their alternative source of income. In fact, you can live yo...Read more
Australians have really taken to their games over recent years, and nowadays regularly feature in the top five or six nations on the planet for the average amount that they individually spend on their hobby. Nowhere is this truer than with the tablet and smartphone gaming sector which has seen incre...Read more
Finding yourself short of cash can happen to even the most financially responsible people. Getting a few unexpected expenses in the same month can throw off your budget and put you in a sticky situation.
There are several credit options that could be suitable for your situation. Each one has dif...Read more
Steer clear of high-cost car finance
Whether you're buying a new or used car, it pays to shop around. That's because you stand to save thousands on the sale price of a car by comparing dealers' prices.
But finding and negotiating the sale price is just the start of your savings potential. There's ...Read more
Date 8 June 2016 A recent survey on reiwa.com shows that property investment is important to 87 per cent of Australians Reasons why included: * 29 per cent said they wanted to build equity and investment. * 26 per cent said they wanted to set themselves up for retirement. * 14 per cent said they...Read more
June 6, 2016: Australians have forked out an estimated $47.6 billion in ‘lazy tax’ over the past 10 years by keeping their mortgage with the Big Four banks rather than switching to one of the lowest rates in the market.
That’s an estimated $14,215 for a borrower with the typical $300,000 mortg...Read more
There are plenty of options when it comes to buying insurance so what makes Youi stand out? For us it’s the human touch, the magic that happens when real people talk to real people. Our success lies in our shared passion which is all about delivering aw...Read more