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Buy now pay later dos and don’ts

Getting a buy now, pay later (BNPL) account, such as Afterpay, may seem like a no-brainer. After all, why wait until you have the cash to buy what you need (or want) when you can purchase it now and pay it back over weeks or months interest-free?

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Topics: Personal Debt, Lending, personal finance, financial advice, Debt Management Plans, pay later, BNPL, buy now, credit

Federal budget 2021-22: How will it affect you?

On May 11, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg announced this year’s federal budget (2021-22), and now the dust has settled we put it under the microscope to break it down for you. The overall message was that the Australian economy is recovering strongly from the COVID-19 recession. In fact, it’s set to return to pre-pandemic levels, nine months earlier than last year’s prediction.

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Topics: News, Personal Debt, business support COVID-19, business tax, business finance, financial support, personal finance, tax cuts, federal budget, income tax, josh frydenberg, Debt Management Plans

Debt consolidation: Is Easter the time to put all your eggs in one basket?

If you’re struggling with debt, knowing the Easter holidays and added spend are just around the corner may be creating additional stress. The good news is there is a solution to ease the strain: debt consolidation.

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Topics: Debt Agreements, Debt Consolidation, Personal Debt, debt, debt help, Calculator, debt calculator, debt consolidation loans, personal loan for debt, Debt Management Plans

JobKeeper and JobSeeker Supplement payments are ending – How will it affect you?

Did you know that the government’s JobKeeper and JobSeeker Coronavirus Supplement payments are due to stop at the end of March? This may be unwelcome news if you’re struggling with debt and the financial fallout of COVID-19 and have been relying on the support to get by.

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Topics: Budgeting, Debt Consolidation, Personal Debt, debt, debt help, Calculator, Budget Planner, JobKeeper, coronavirus supplement, Job Keeper Changes, jobkeeper dates, centrelink jobkeeper, Debt Management Plans

Credit Cards and Buy Now Pay Later Services: What Method is Best?

With the increasing use of buy-now-pay-later (BNPL) methods in Australia, a number of banks have launched a new interest-free credit card to compete against BNPL companies such as AfterPay and ZipPay.

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Topics: Debt Relief, Personal Debt, Debt Management Plans

10 Steps to Protect Your Finances During the Coronavirus Crisis

2020 has been brutal. The deadly pandemic has infected almost 2 million people and killed over 100,000 so far worldwide. In Australia, we are relatively lucky considering our numbers are small in comparison to the rest of the world, but the question is when and how will our economy ever recover?

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Topics: Debt Relief, News, Personal Debt, Debt Management Plans

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