Entries by CB_2017

Time-poor for a better rate

Too loyal or time-poor for a better rate? Problem solved Another month, another rate cut. Finance can be so tedious. That is until you realize it could mean more money in your pocket. But how? For many, matters of personal finance are so dull and/or difficult, they are immediately filed in the too-hard basket. And […]


Creating a Budget Figuring out a budget is something that too many people in Maddington have difficulty with and there is definitely no doubt about that. This is something that we should all really started thinking about because knowing how to manage our money properly and being consistent with it, will drastically pay off down […]

How To Deal With Credit Card offer

Credit card offer, no matter how enticing and convenient it might seem, may be the most expensive loans made by banks, department stores, and gasoline companies for you. The credit card offers the almost priceless campaign ultimate convenience, but you are paying a high rate of interest. The convenience credit card offers sometimes no longer […]

1st And 2nd Mortgage Refinance Loan – Why Refinance Both Mortgages?

Refinance The hassle of making two monthly mortgage payments has prompted many homeowners to consider refinancing their 1st and 2nd mortgages into one loan. While combining both loans into one mortgage is convenient, and may save you money, homeowners should carefully weigh the risks and advantages before choosing to refinance their mortgages. Benefits Associated with […]

10 Steps To Save For Your Retirement

Many of the brightest and hardest-working marketing and advertising people in the country are obsessed with getting you to spend money and, if necessary, to go into debt to do so. Absolutely all the media that reach you every day are designed to get you to spend money. In order to save money in this […]

How your shopping habits could hurt your chances of securing a mortgage

Kenwick’s first-home buyer Patrick Goh, 28, never thought his shopping habits with buy-now-pay-later apps would affect him until he and his partner applied for a mortgage. First-home buyer Patrick Goh was questioned about his Afterpay account when applying for a home loan. He said he never expected to have to account for his spending, nor […]