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Around 96% of Australians use banking and online money transfers; it’s fast and it’s easy. But the do-it-yourself banking system that we have these days is bound to have its share of human error involved, especially with regards to Online Money Transfers. Electronic payment systems are convenient but it can be easy for someone to […]
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If you are facing long term financial hardship there are options to rise above debt, renegotiate the terms of your credit contract and be able to pay off your debts in a sustainable manner.
Up-styling your home does not have to break the bank, but you don’t want to go too cheap either. The value you add to your home can be long-lasting, so it’s worth looking into budget help.
If a consumer contacts a credit provider and indicates they are experiencing financial hardship, the credit provider is under a legal obligation to offer assistance.
Can a credit contract be re-negotiated? In many cases the answer is yes. When a credit contract is entered into, the details of the agreement are documented and agreed on by the associated parties.
Unfortunately, declaring bankruptcy comes with all kinds of consequences and stigmas. Before declaring, you’ll want to consider all your options.
Giving gifts, traveling to see extended family, entertaining friends and coworkers during holiday parties and spending quality time with those closest to us all define the holiday season. Unfortunately, each of these otherwise enjoyable activities can make a substantial dent to anyone’s bank account and can quickly derail even a financially savvy person’s pristine budget.
When people are faced with extreme amounts of debt and don’t have enough funds to repay all of these debts, the most common thing they do is declare bankruptcy. However, recent figures show that Australians are favouring debt agreement more than bankruptcy due to its obvious less extreme consequences.