Credit Cards & Personal Loans

Are You Teaching Your Children Bad Financial Habits? It’s important that you teach your children good financial habits as early as possible. This will help to ensure they have a stable and secure financial future well throughout their teenage and adult years. If you’re concerned that you may not be the best role model for [ read more... ]

As 2014 knocks on the door and the economy stands in flux between political opinion and the middling information of other relevant bodies, the New Year begs us to look at our spending habits and apply a measure of control. While it’s hard to imagine Australia fifty to seventy years ago for those who weren’t [ read more... ]

Do You Really Need Another Credit Card?

by Fox Symes on September 5, 2013

Credit cards can be plastic magic, relieving pent up pressure and stretching a lagging budget just that little bit further. The credit cauldron may overflow in the beginning, after all, you’ve signed up to borrow X amount of money, you’re in the all clear and the first payment sheet hasn’t come yet. You’ve handled the [ read more... ]

3 Tips for Breaking Your Credit Card Addiction

by Fox Symes on April 8, 2013

Credit cards are one of the easiest and most common forms of debt that people find themselves getting into. It’s an addiction which is fuelled by how easy it is to use, and can escalate into a serious debt problem before you really know what has hit you. Breaking your credit card addiction isn’t easy [ read more... ]

5 Simple Steps to Paying off Credit Card Debt FAST!

by Fox Symes January 23, 2013

Having a credit card can make purchasing favourable products so much easier. It is easy to make a purchase on your credit card and simply worry about how you are going to pay for it later. Then comes the monthly statement and you can’t begin to realise how the amount added up so fast, right? [ read more... ]

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