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The Best Credit Card Loyalty Programs for Your Small Business

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Small business owners need fast access to a credit line when they need to purchase office supplies, inventory or travel. With a credit card that has a loyalty program, you can recoup some of your business expenses, giving you more money to put back into your business. Continue Reading

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Why Do You Need a Personal Loan?

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A personal loan may seem like an outdated financial product, especially with the prevalence of credit cards growing ever stronger. However, the benefits of a personal loan can often suit your Continue Reading

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Don’t Settle For a House…Buy a Town!

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There are a lot of unusual properties that are put up for sale, and recently a small town was sold on the eBay website. This town is located in Washington in the United States. It was first established in 1898 when the Gold Rush hit the area and has been there ever since. Now one person owns it all including a log cabin that is 100 years old, a four bedroom ranch, a gas station with a restaurant and now one person also owns the zip code.. Continue Reading

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How To Get Out Of Debt Using The Snowball Method

How To Get Out Of Debt Using The Snowball Method

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First homebuyers may be scared off by small rate rises

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Mortgage Choice

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Mortgage Choice has surveyed First Homebuyers to get an understanding of what rate rises might mean for them and the property industry at large.

An increase of just two percentage points puts more than a quarter of Australians looking at their first home out of the race. However it should be noted with a rate rise and the fleeing of potential buyers will put downward pressure on property prices negating some of the downside risk.

The survey by Mortgage Choice shows that the majority of First homebuyers are buying to secure their  longtime financial security, and with the instability of the share market of recent times it’s no wonder Australian’s back the property sector. Continue Reading

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Where does all my money go? Free ANZ online budgeting tool helps Australians track spending

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Spending a little here and a little there can really add up leaving you wondering where all your money has gone! Get control of your spending with the free online budgeting tool, ANZ MoneyManager, which gives you a snapshot of your expenses in one simple and secure website.

ANZ MoneyManager automatically groups transactions into categories such as groceries, entertainment, ATM withdrawals and more, providing you with a clear picture of where your money is being spent. Continue Reading

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One in six Gen Y feel pressured to buy an investment property

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Good news for the housing market: a survey by Australia’s largest independently-owned mortgage broker, Mortgage Choice, found over one third of Generation Ys planning to buy an investment property by June 2011 also aimed to purchase a home during that time. Almost one quarter wanted to create an investment property portfolio of ‘as many properties as possible’. Continue Reading

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Is it time you re-thought your savings strategy?

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Just how quickly the economy will recover is not yet clear, but tough times have turned many people’s thoughts to their savings and whether they would have enough to support them through a prolonged downturn or, in the worst case, in the event they’re left without an income.

While we are starting to hear about a more positive economic outlook, the lessons we have learned remain fundamentally important to how we manage our money more effectively to secure our future and realise our goals. Continue Reading

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