Avoiding Bankruptcy

Why A Prenup Agreement is Recommended

More than anything, we appear to be a romantic society, and we all like to think that when we get married, it’s going to be for life. No one wants to go into marriage preparing for divorce because people are idealistic. They want to think that their relationship is different, and it’s the one that […]

February 10th, 2016|Avoiding Bankruptcy, Debt Agreement|0 Comments

12 Ways to Enjoy Life And Save Money

If you’re an average Joe or an average Jane, working a 9 to 5 job and trying so hard not to spend money and save as much money as you can, you will definitely benefit from our list. You may want to go out with your friends and have fun but your budget just won’t […]

November 6th, 2015|Avoiding Bankruptcy, Debt Solutions|0 Comments

Tips on How to be More Productive at Work

Is procrastination a problem for you? Even if it isn’t, we could probably all stand to be a little more productive in our day. Sometimes it feels like there’s not enough time to do all of the things we wanted to achieve. Whether you’re at the office or working from home, you can minimise time […]

October 20th, 2015|Avoiding Bankruptcy|0 Comments

Cost of Owning A Pet Can Be Monstrous – Consider Pros and Cons

We love having pets in our homes because we love animals. The most common pets in Australian households are cats and dogs but some families also have fish, birds, ferrets, teacup pigs, mice and even snakes. Having these pets are all fine and dandy but the cost that comes with owning a pet can literally […]

August 5th, 2015|Avoiding Bankruptcy|0 Comments

Gap in Income Inequality Needing Care and Attention

Income inequality has been an issue in Australia for quite some time and it’s still an issue to this day. The overall income inequality has been rising since the mid 1990s despite having a sustained economic growth over the past 20 years. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics in the household income survey conducted […]

July 10th, 2015|Avoiding Bankruptcy, Debt Help|0 Comments

Money Saving Tips for the Winter

Winter is upon us. It is cold and dark but we can dream of sunnier days that are sure to come. Winter is a great time to relax inside and cozy up with the family or catch up on shows. Winter is also a great time for some money saving tips. Without all of the […]

June 18th, 2015|Avoiding Bankruptcy|0 Comments

Saving and Investment Done Right – Real life lessons

Let me tell you a story.

It’s a story about a man named Ronald Read. He lived a long life in Vermont, USA and was the attendant at a local petrol station owned by his brother in Windham County. He lived a simple life but was a hard worker. He served in WWII, he worked at […]

June 11th, 2015|Avoiding Bankruptcy|0 Comments

More Australians choosing debt agreement over bankruptcy

During the last quarter of 2014, the Australian Financial Security Authority reported that personal insolvency incidents were down an astonishing 8.1 per cent compared to a year prior. This decline has been driven by a number of factors including lower unemployment rates leading to fewer financial hardships for Australian families and individuals. However, some still […]

February 9th, 2015|Avoiding Bankruptcy, Debt Agreement|0 Comments

Going Bankrupt – Consider the Alternative

When the debt obligations are mounting and creditors are continuously calling for payment, bankruptcy may seem like a viable option for some individuals. The act of going bankrupt takes place when you are unable to meet your repayment obligations on either all or a portion of the debt you owe – a trustee is appointed […]

December 15th, 2014|Avoiding Bankruptcy|0 Comments

Australia Has a Debt Problem – Take Control with a Part IX Debt Agreement

Every year more and more Australians sink deeper into debt and many choose declaring bankruptcy over the alternative.  Surprisingly, not many people know there is a better option than declaring bankruptcy!

A part IX debt agreement is a fantastic option. When you file for bankruptcy you scar your credit for years. This in turn makes it […]

November 20th, 2014|Avoiding Bankruptcy|0 Comments