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.
Now that you’re a few months into the new financial you may have promised yourself that this year would be the year of saving money, cutting down on unnecessary costs, and paying off your debts. That’s music to our ears as all of these actions should help to improve your credit score!
Hoping for a juicy tax refund? Ten simple steps can help you get the max from your tax return.
There’s a lot of confusion and misconceptions about credit scores. It’s time to finally set the record straight. Here are 4 credit score myths busted!
A side gig can be a great way to indulge a passion without quitting your day job. Not to mention the additional benefit of boosting your income. But how do you get the work, life and tax balance right?
If you are a first time buyer, the language of property and finance can be daunting. We debunk the jargon of some of the commonly used terms you’re likely to hear during the home loan process that may be helpful as you navigate the maze of property investment.
You’ve probably learnt a lot of important facts about your partner while getting to know them – their birthday, the names of their family members, where they work, if they have any allergies – but have you ever talked about their credit score?
Want to buy a property but not sure where to start saving — or how? Follow these expert tips to learn how to make managing your finances easy.
Managing your finances for Christmas can get tricky and you can end up looking at an empty bank account well before the 25 December. Try these low or no cost decorating and gift ideas, and enjoy a cheaper Christmas with all the trimmings.
Running your own business shouldn’t get in the way of plans to buy your first home