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7 ways to make your home loan work harder for you

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7 ways to make your home loan work harder for you

Your home loan is likely to be the biggest investment you make in your life. Make it work for you so you pay it off sooner and free up some savings for the other things in life. Here are some helpful tips for you to consider.

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Make tax time work for you

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Don't feel overwhelmed with tax time now here. We’re here to help you get prepared for your 2017/2018 tax return with this end of financial year checklist.

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The first 5 steps you need to take when you've been made redundant

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Redundancy

Sometimes a redundancy, though a stressful and uncertain time, can be a blessing in disguise. A chance to try something new, go back to study or give you the push you’ve always wanted to go after a different job. However, before the positive changes start rolling in, there’s the initial nerve-wracking period to navigate.

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7 must-read tips for returning to work after having a baby

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Returning to Work

Returning to work after having a baby (whether it be your first, second or fifth!) can be exciting. You may be returning to work for the adult social interaction, mental stimulation or for financial reasons. Whatever the reason, it may take some time to readjust, but with the right preparation you’ll be able to smoothly sail over any rough seas that come your way.

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Relationship goals: Partnering on your budget

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Managing Finances

In the early honeymoon days of a new relationship, the subject of money and finances isn’t one that regularly comes up. You’re too busy getting to know one another and then exploring those exciting first milestones – first date, meeting the parents and moving in together.

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