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How to Get Out of Debt Fast!

Posted by Debt Rescue on May 30, 2018 2:27:00 PM

Many Australians are in debt and find it stressful, difficult and frustrating. So when you finally decide to buckle down and get out of debt, you want to do it quickly! Unfortunately, there is no quick fix for financial hardship – it takes time, commitment and hard work.

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Topics: Budgeting

As a Single Parent, How Can I Turn My Financial Situation Around?

Posted by Debt Rescue on Apr 20, 2018 11:55:00 AM

Being a single parent is tough, there’s no way of sugar coating it, men and especially women can be hit hard with financial stress. Many single parents want to turn their financial situations around, with a budget a great starting point.

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Topics: Budgeting

The 'Buy Now, Pay Later' Online Trend

Posted by Debt Rescue on Mar 9, 2018 11:01:00 AM

Buy now pay later allows you to defer your payments for up to a year. This lets you purchase and use the product now, but pay for it later giving you time to manage your budget.

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Topics: Budgeting

How to Make the Most of Your Interest Free Deals!

Posted by Debt Rescue on Mar 9, 2018 10:56:00 AM

Are you considering an interest free deal? Spending money that you don’t have is a risky game, especially if you don’t know how the process works. We see a lot of interest free deals tempting buyers to make purchases now rather than later.

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Topics: Budgeting

Roll Your Debts Away! Snowball Method: An Infographic

Posted by Debt Rescue on Feb 15, 2018 4:19:00 PM

The Snowball Method is a debt reduction strategy that is used by a lot of people today to manage their overwhelming number of debts. The way it works is, you pay off your debts in order of smallest to largest.

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Topics: Budgeting, Research

Prioritising Payments When You Are in Debt

Posted by Debt Rescue on Feb 9, 2017 1:51:00 PM

Debt becomes a real issue when you don’t have enough money to cover your regular repayments on loans, bills and credit cards. When repayments get out of hand, people often turn to payday lenders, credit cards and getting into more debt in order to pay off the debt they have.

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Topics: Budgeting, Debt Relief

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