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Dealing with debt in a break up

26th August, 2016No Comments

When a relationship breaks down and two people who have come to rely on each other part ways, it can be hard to adjust to your new lifestyle. Here are a few ways you can protect yourself financially both during your relationship and once it ends. Protecting yourself in the…

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How will a Debt Agreement effect my credit file?

A Part 9 Debt Agreement is a government legislated agreement which allows you to reduce the overall amount of debt you owe as well as freeze the interest and fees over 5 years. You are left with one affordable, manageable repayment. So why aren’t more Aussies using this agreement to…

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Unemployed and in Debt? Here’s a survival plan

Money management is hard at the best of times. So when something goes wrong, such as losing your job, it doesn’t take much for financial disaster to strike. You can have plans in place to help in situations like this, such as an emergency savings account and income protection insurance….

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Maximise your Tax Return with Debtstroyer

If you are one of the 84% of Australians expecting a tax return this year, Debt Rescue has the perfect way for you to maximise your tax return and reduce your debts all at once! Your Tax Return This year 84% of Australians are expected to receive a tax return…

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How to Avoid Damaging Debt

Australian’s are some of the luckiest humans on the planet. We live in a beautiful, free country abundant with opportunity. But for thousands of Australians, those opportunities come at a cost. A house by the beach, an acreage in the bush or an inner city pad. A trip to the…

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Teaching your kids about money

It is part of our protective parental nature to hide the stresses of being an adult from our children. There are certain things we decide not to do or discuss in front of our children, and money trouble is quite often one of them. Kids see money coming out of…

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How to Handle a Tax Debt

With Tax Time fast approaching I want to take this opportunity to talk about Tax Debt. Keeping up to date with taxes is a chore that haunts thousands of Australians but it is absolutely essential and beneficial to do so. What are Taxes used for? The Australian Government raises revenue through…

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What is Debt Consolidation?

Debt Consolidation is a term loosely associated with a number of debt relief options. People call Debt Rescue each day looking for Debt consolidation to get a handle on their debts, without really knowing exactly what debt consolidation is. In this article I am going to explore debt consolidation to…

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What is Financial Hardship?

Financial Hardship is a state of affairs when you simply can’t afford to repay your debts. Often, financial hardship is only temporary and can be caused by a change in income, a breakdown in relationship or an injury or illness. If it looks as though your circumstances won’t improve, your…

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Part 9 Debt agreement Discharge: What to expect once the agreement is over

A Part 9 Debt Agreement discharge is your ticket to start rebuilding your financial life. Your debts are repaid, you have a clean financial slate and you are positioned to start fresh. Here is what you need to know once the Part 9 Debt Agreement is over. Entering a Part…

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