We don’t think twice about taking our car in for a regular tune up because we know it’s going to mean our car runs at its best and saves unexpected problems down the track. It follows then that we should take the same approach to other areas of our lives.
We all know there’s nothing worse than starting the new year with unpaid debt. Making a solid plan for your silly season spend can make a big difference and will help you avoid a holiday debt hangover.
The Budget promises to deliver a strong economy, more jobs, guaranteed essential services and the government living within its means, so what does this mean to you?
“On the third day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, Three declined cards, Two cash advances, And thirty days in-te-rest freeeeee!”
Even those of us who have been paragons of responsibility for 51 weeks of the year can be tempted to take a budgeting holiday when Christmas and the summer vacation rolls around. Unlike overindulging at the Christmas lunch, this has more than short term consequences.