Travelling aboard either for business, or pure pleasure should be an enjoyable experience. In this case, money does make the world go ‘round when it comes travel. Making sure that your credit card is up to scratch before you leave will make your world go ‘round. We have gathered six things that you need to know in terms of your credit card before you go.
If you have been following the Australian property market boom in 2016, right down to its cooling period as an investor you might have one question in mind. How were other investors able to see the forthcoming boom, and able to cash into place like Sydney which had house prices that sat at the value of $1,123,991. It’s all about following the hidden gems placed around statistics, and keeping an eagle eye out for the trends in the property market. We have put together four tips on how to find these hidden gems to help you spot the next property boom that you can invest in.
Caravanning is one of Australia’s well known pass times, as it opens roads to explore Australia in all its natural beauty. A total of 11.8 million caravanning and camping trips were undertaken by Australians, with people aged 30 – 54 making up the majority. If you are a first-time caravan camper who is not yet open to the idea of totally letting go of technology, we have a few gadgets that can make caravanning more convenient.
Life insurance is a product that assist you in difficult times. When it comes to dealing with suicide it is no different. It assists you to cancel out one less worry when dealing with the unexpected death of a loved one through suicide. Yes, most insurance companies cover you in the event of a loved one taking their life. However, knowing your Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) will give you greater insight as to what can be covered, and what doesn’t get covered. Here are a few basic things you need to know.
You might have come across the term “being under insured” when it comes to Life Insurance. However, it could be possible that you could be over insured. This does not only take a toll on your finances, but the lack of financial planning could lead to much needed money being lost, instead of it being used elsewhere. We have put together three tips to avoid being over insured.
Entrepreneurs work, dream and play hard. The constant buzz of keeping your business going in order to reach places you want it to reach is enthralling. However, being an entrepreneur or a small business owner is synonymous with risk taking. Income protection is a safety net for when you take your famous leaps of faith that doesn’t quite make you reach the other side of your goal. It is there to support you and your family. We got three reasons why every entrepreneur needs income protection:
Most people think that when it comes to money and investments its best not to involve family, as this will always resolve in a squabble of what belongs to whom. However, a family trust fund is here to eliminate this. There are perks on having a family trust fund to invest in things like property and we have five.
Australians owe over $100 billion in personal lending. There are approximately 55% that is owed in revolving credit, and 45% as fixed loans. Why do you need a personal loan? Essentially it is there for convenience when you need it. We will help you grasp the ABC’s of a personal loan, and you will see how it will make future purchases as easy as 1,2,3.
The property industry in Australia has seen a trend in what economists have predicted to be the peak in national building commencements in the past year. However, this growth has slowed down since June in what is known as the cooling period.
For some people this spacing could be even smaller. You might be thinking of getting a new home upgrade with a home loan, or just pushing time until you can afford something bigger. There are a few sneaky ways that you can make a small apartment feel large.