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5 Tips for Moving for Cheap

5 Tips for Moving for Cheap

Debt collectors can quickly come knocking at your door if you don’t budget your next move properly. Especially when acquiring new furniture, you might want to save as much money as possible to avoid getting into debt. Here are our favourite tips to keep your moving costs low. Write down… Read More


Making Your Business More Cost Effective During Tough Economic Times

Making Your Business More Cost Effective During Tough Economic Times

Organisations and businesses all over the world are currently facing unprecedented economic conditions. To get your business through the current economic crisis, you must implement cost optimisation into your business plan. When facing a survival strategy, you will need to dig deeper than the normal ‘business as usual’ cost management… Read More


How Personal Loans Can Reduce Your Debt

How Personal Loans Can Reduce Your Debt

Personal loans are increasing in popularity as a way to consolidate debts as Australians begin to shun credit cards and their high interest rates. Personal loans – or even cash loans or fast loans – can usually be organised easily over the internet with payment being made into your bank… Read More


Ways the Internet Has Made Organising Your Finances Easy

Ways the Internet Has Made Organising Your Finances Easy

The introduction of the Internet has had an enormous impact on the way people live their lives, especially when it comes to how you organise your personal finances. Monitoring your money on the Internet has never been easier with the advancements of online technology, and it has enabled people to… Read More


Common Misconceptions on Car and Home Insurance

Common Misconceptions on Car and Home Insurance

If you own your house, you know you must have home insurance. Driving a car is extremely risky without auto insurance. Insurance is one area of our lives that many of us live with while we are not fully clear about what we are paying for. Having paid insurance allows… Read More


Building your credit using secured credit cards

Building your credit using secured credit cards

What is a secured credit card? A secured credit card in many ways works just like a standard credit card provided to you by a bank or lender with one major difference: the secured credit card is only provided in return for a monetary deposit used as collateral. For this… Read More


How Credit Cards Can Help (And Hurt) Your Mortgage Application

How Credit Cards Can Help (And Hurt) Your Mortgage Application

What will it take to have your mortgage application approved? If you ask someone this question, they will probably talk about requirements such as income, credit history, and having money for a down payment. Obviously, these are the most important things which influence the decision. But there’s something else you… Read More


Is 2012 a Good Year to Get a Mortgage?

Is 2012 a Good Year to Get a Mortgage?

The domestic property market has seen a significant slump in the last 5 years and mortgage rates are at lows that we haven’t experienced for over 3 decades. 5 year fixed rate mortgages have steadily fallen below 6% with most Canadian providers and both short and long term mortgage rates… Read More


Getting Through the Toddler Tantrums While Moving House

Getting Through the Toddler Tantrums While Moving House

Sooner or later most families have to move houses. It might be an upgrade to a bigger house, to move closer to family or a natural progression after a death or divorce in the family. Whatever the reason, moving house is a big deal to kids. How big it is… Read More


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