The flip of the calendar is a good time to set fresh personal goals, and for one keen traveller, taking a planned approach was the key to saving for a dream vacation.
It was big news this month when Treasurer Scott Morrison announced the federal government will be mandating comprehensive (or positive) credit reporting (CCR) by the middle of 2018.
Making your New Year resolutions last the distance can be a mind-over-matter affair. We offer money saving tips to beat the brain barriers that can prevent you from sticking with a savings goal.
Lenders like to take a close look at your income when you apply for a home loan but other aspects of your personal finances will be put under the spotlight too.
Just who are these people with really good credit scores? And how can you be one of them?
Discover your true savings style with our quiz plus some essential tips to get ahead with your deposit savings.
Life is busy and everyone has the occasional oversight or memory lapse from time to time. Here are a few simple things that people might be doing oblivious to the fact that they could end up affecting their credit score.
In a recent industry study around one in four respondents admitted their home loan application was not completely accurate; 14% said they overstated household income.
Credit can be confusing and stressful when you don’t have all the answers. Today we tackle five commonly asked questions about defaults.
While most people may be aware that taking out a personal loan or credit card can affect your credit score, it is less widely known that telecommunications services such as mobile phones and broadband contracts can also have an impact.