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Paying Off A Mortgage Debt Quicker

Paying off the mortgage may sound like a dreary trudge to the end of a marathon’s finish line. However, there are options available for those who currently have a debt from a loan for their mortgage, and wish to reduce…

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Managing Money With a Budget

Every little bit of money counts in today’s economic climate, and for many, it’s about making what they have, work for what it is that they need. Money management is an important skill to learn as it helps boost finances…

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Signs of unauthorised and mistaken transactions

When checking through your transactions, you might come across a transaction that doesn’t look right. If this is the case, you should get into contact with your bank as soon as possible.  An unauthorised transaction: Money transferred from your account…

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Stay on top of your credit cards

The following are some tips which will make it easier for you to stay on top of your credit card payments so that you can worry less and save more.  Pay on time Check when your credit card due date…

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The difference between short and long term financing

Maintaining healthy cash flow can be challenging; between ongoing expenses and bills, poor cash flow can severely impact your customers, staff and bottom line. Business owners need to understand the differences between short and long-term financing when developing a cash…

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The risks involved in debt consolidation

Debt consolidation is a form of refinancing which involves taking one larger loan out to pay off multiple small ones. Although this might make managing repayments easier, you may end up paying more money interest rate or fees.  There will…

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Speeding up invoice payments

Taking care of invoice and billing payments can often be an onerous task for many small businesses. However, very few things are more important in the business industry than getting paid on time, since delays in payments can disrupt a…

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