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The Real Costs of Payday Loans

by Justin July 22, 2014

According to the National Australian Bank, as much as 15 per cent of the population has obtained at least one Payday loan in recent years. These loans may seem like the perfect solution to a short-term financial problem, but it can lead to even more serious financial problems. This is because many people do not [...]

Are Millennials more shrewd than we give them credit for?

by Justin July 22, 2014

Let’s face it,  anytime you hear news about “millennial’s” it’s almost always accompanied by a negative slant about how so many of them still live at home with their parents. Recent Pew Research numbers show a record 57 million Americans, approximately 18% of the US population, living in multigenerational households, mostly due to the fact [...]

The Reasons Why Payday Loans Make Sense

by Justin July 21, 2014

Payday loans are quite convenient. While the fees and interest rates are high, it is often the only option for consumers in a bind. One of the benefits is that the lender is not going to ask why you need the money. With traditional loans, the reason for borrowing the money has to be stated [...]

6 Ways to Make & Save Money with Your Car

by Melissa Batai June 3, 2014

The average Australian family owns 1 car, though from the number of 3 and 4 car garages many new homes have, it’s clear that plenty of Australian families have multiple vehicles. Cars offer great independence, but they can also cost us quite a bit.  From the seemingly never ending rise in gas prices, to monthly [...]

How to Get Auto Insurance for New Cars

by Kyle Taylor June 2, 2014

Drivers in the United States cannot avoid mandatory regulations that require the purchase of automobile insurance. With some online browsing, consumers can find affordable insurance policies for their used or new vehicles. These days, some of the largest insurance agencies try to launch effective online marketing campaigns that are aimed at attracting new customers. There [...]

Tired of Funding Wars and Global Violence?

by Kyle Taylor April 18, 2014

  You might not know it, but if you’re paying your taxes – as hard-working people arguably should – then you’re funding wars and violence around the world. In the UK, Trident, the nuclear submarine programme agreed by MP Thatcher and President Carter which is tax-payer funded, would save the tax payer 83bn if it was scrapped, according to [...]