Personal Finance

The Post-Christmas Recovery Plan

10 Jan , 2016  

christmas debt

If your 2016 investment plan isn’t going as strongly as you’d originally hoped, you’re not alone – Australians collectively managed to blow an estimated $8.9 billion in December alone. Luckily for a lot of us, there’s a fairly straightforward way out of post-Christmas debt, provided you follow a few steps.   Work out a realistic repayment […]

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Cashflow & Budgeting,Personal Finance

5 Proven Tips to Get Your Debt Under Control

26 Oct , 2015  

bad debt

Building wealth and achieving financial freedom should be a life goal for everybody. We might all want different lifestyles and seek fulfilment and happiness in different ways. But ultimately your financial security is the foundation on which you will seek those goals. Building wealth is for everyone, but before you take your first steps to […]

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Cashflow & Budgeting,Investing,Personal Finance,Tax,Tips & Tricks

7 Wealth Building Strategies For the High Income Earner

19 Aug , 2015  

7 wealth Buildng strategies

In today’s consumerist society, everyone wants to be wealthy. Anyone you speak to would say yes to being able to live a luxurious lifestyle where they can afford an abundance of materialistic belongings. However, to accumulate the wealth to live lavishly is not an easy feat. Even if you are currently earning a high income, […]

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Cashflow & Budgeting,Mortgages & Loans,Personal Finance

6 Reasons Why You Are In Debt

9 Feb , 2014  

ProAdviser - Reasons Why People Stay in Debt

Do you remember that time when you decided to get yourself out of debt? You might have even felt irritated of being in debt. The constant stress and burden of the piling bills and debt broke you down. Something inside you just clicked and you finally decided that it was about time that you started a […]

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