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24.11.2014

Chasing money: why the insolvency industry needs reform

Proposed laws to reform the insolvency industry are long overdue.

25.07.2012

How much is your debt really costing you?

Low monthly payments are easy on the wallet. However, interest and other fees lurk just below the surface.

30.12.2011

The Ultimate Resolution For 2012: Kick Debt

Joshua Hoyt resolved to make a better 2012.

26.11.2010

What's Your Debt Really Costing You?

Although your minimum monthly payment may not look like much, your debt is denting your finances more than you realize.

02.12.2008

Solve your credit card dilemmas today

If your credit card balance is losing you sleep at night then for goodness sake do something about it today.

27.11.2008

John Symond's top 5 debt tips

Don't turn short-term debt into a long-term debt disaster

22.09.2008

Congratulations! You're pre-approved!

A landmark report commissioned by the Consumer Action Law Centre has exposed psychological tricks used to market credit card limit increases in unsolicited letters.

17.09.2008

Good versus bad debt

The key to being smart with your money is learning to differentiate between good and bad debt.

24.06.2008

When interest rates rise - should you switch lenders?

Official interest rates have peaked at 7.25 per cent - the highest since December 1994 when they were 7.5 per cent - and it's playing havoc with household budgets. FatCat looks at the issue of switching lenders.

04.06.2008

Quick fix for out of control mobile bills

While deregulation of Australia's telecommunication industry has led to more choice for consumers, the complexity of plans on offer is creating angst, uncertainty and escalating bills for many.

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