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Centrelink's automated debt recovery program saw 20,000 people a week being issued with debt notices.
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More farcical cases of debt collection blunders.
We would all be aghast at a parent who went on a shopping spree with no intention of paying the credit card bill when it arrives.
This week's Money Monday video was an important one...I tend to stress the importance of being debt free (from a personal debt perspective), but to be honest, having a positive mindset when it comes t...
It's a thing, and you don't want it.
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Making America great again -- by running up huge IOUs.
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And nails politicians' response to the dairy industry crisis.
Ask about Trump, you get an answer about Clinton.
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Ads for payday lenders will no longer appear in Google search results, thanks to an update to Google's AdWords policy that the company announced Wednesday morning. In a blog post, David Graff, Google'...
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I'm not a doctor, but over the years I've had to treat many clients who have had raging STDs. They are always very embarrassed about it; ashamed, even. If you thought you were going to get a TMI article about people's sex lives, sorry. I'm not referring to sexually transmitted diseases.
Did you go a little crazy in the holiday season? Whether it was splashing out on Christmas presents, stocking up at the Boxing Day sales (a sale means you're saving money, right?) or just embracing th...
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A new study by ING Direct found 12 percent of Aussies went into debt last Christmas but a change is in the air this Christmas. Ing Direct spokesman John Arnott said real-time date from this year showe...
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Aussie small businesses are folding under the weight of unpaid invoices, with a recent report showing they are owed $26 billion by their customers. The Late Payments Study, commissioned by PayPal and...
Gamblers are getting access to up to $500,000 each in loans from online bookmakers, fuelling a dangerous increase in problem betting, Australia’s peak financial counselling organisation has warned. Gr...