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Personal loan customers refunded millions

January 17, 2018

Hundreds of Latitude Insurance customers will be refunded a total of $1.1 million after the insurance provider mis-sold consumer credit insurance with personal loans. Hallmark General Insurance Company Ltd (which trades as Latitude Insurance) will refund 905 customers after it mis-sold consumer credit insurance (CCI) with Latitude personal loans and denied insurance claims made on […]

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2018 to be ‘Year of the First Home Buyer’ in Perth

January 15, 2018

The approaching year in Perth and Western Australia is being heralded as one to be extremely favourable for first home buyers and anyone looking to purchase property. According to Shane Kempton, chief operations officer of Professionals Real Estate Group in WA and Northern Territory, a combination of low rates, a rising economy and cheap property will […]

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12 money tips for Christmas

December 19, 2017

Save yourself this Christmas If the festive season usually leaves you out of pocket and feeling like you spent more time and money battling the crowds than relaxing with friends and loved ones, why not simplify things this year? Here are some quick and easy tips to help you enjoy the holiday season without breaking […]

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Borrowers bargaining for better mortgage deals

December 16, 2017

  A new survey has found that a third of Australians have successfully negotiated a better deal on their mortgage. The survey by finder.com.au revealed that 33 per cent of the 1,286 respondents managed to successfully bargain for a lower interest rate on their home loan. From the 43 per cent of home owners that […]

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Looking for love: The best places to swipe right in Perth

December 16, 2017

With nearly one in four West Australians living alone, suburbs that offer lifestyle, amenities and accessibility are a lure to these singles. Living in or near a city means shops, bars, restaurants, and cultural and leisure activities are all within reach and the type of housing stock usually suits those who live alone. Single people […]

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Australia set for housing oversupply by 2018: BIS Shrapnel

December 6, 2017

A leading economic forecaster is warning that Australia’s housing shortage could evaporate by 2018, putting downward pressure on property prices. Many analysts argue a persistent housing shortage over the past decade is responsible for stubbornly high Australian home prices, which are much more expensive that most other developed nations. However, economic and property forecaster BIS […]

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Government to implement faster payment terms for SMEs

December 5, 2017

The federal government has announced that it will implement 15-business-day payment terms for small business providers in response to a Payment Times and Practices Inquiry. The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO) released a report in April which noted that “late repayments have been a perennial problem in Australia”. The government’s decision to […]

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Interest-only mortgage borrowers in hot water as data shows less financial responsibility

December 5, 2017

Pressure is mounting on interest-only mortgage borrowers as new research shows they tend to be poorer money managers and present as “risk flags” to financial institutions. An apparent propensity to spend their way further into debt and forgo savings when faced with higher costs, and an increased tendency to sell their property if interest rates […]

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How superannuation’s blindspot for gig economy workers is setting many up for a fall

November 30, 2017

A rising number of self-employed people are failing to contribute to their own superannuation creating weaker coverage in Australia’s $2 trillion retirement income system, which has seen its score slip from last year’s world rankings. The Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index, released on Monday, shows Australia maintained third place, behind Denmark and The Netherlands with […]

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How to repair your bad credit file.

November 9, 2017

Your Credit file….. it gives most anxiety thinking of it! An unpaid Doctor’s bill that’s being sent to your old address, has you thinking you might not pay it.  That’s a little “win” for you – or is it? You might get out of paying your doctor’s bill, but that doctor is probably going to […]

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