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Mr Morrison expresses ‘deep regret’ for any harm the scheme may have caused.
Government admits the program was unlawful but refuses to apologise for it.
Banks will not report failed payments; creditors under pressure to freeze interest.
Banks offering relief on repayments, low-interest loans and ATO easing up on tax requirements.
Research shows that Australians are prepared to borrow big regardless of risks.
Why you need to put finance before romance and do a credit check on your ...
Will your Age Pension be affected by a lump-sum loan repayment from one of your ...
Centrelink’s robo-debt scheme has ramped up a notch: QC.
‘Estimated savings over the forward estimates cannot be achieved without undertaking sensitive cohort reviews,’ states ...
Phillip has been told he was overpaid and wants to know how to challenge the ...
Promotional offers to avoid crippling credit card debt are useful, but not free.
Key lenders promise to improve lending practices after ASIC review.
Committee has unscrupulous agencies in its sights.
If sticking to a budget is a struggle for you, try these ways to curb ...
Getting out of debt is about recognising the problem and taking steps, says expert.
ASIC report urges reform to protect consumers from lifelong struggle.
One-third of challenges to tribunal result in debt being set aside.
Reducing national debt must be a priority, says Peter Costello.
Lenders to blame for the surging rates of mortgage stress.
The three money worries keeping older Australians awake can actually be solved.
The type of household debt in Australia may change, but the amount stays the same.
Turnbull Government admits to 20,000 incorrect robo-debt notices.
Beware of the traps when consolidating all the money you owe.
Mick Bellairs from Consumer Action Law Centre explains how to manage overwhelming debt.
Can you can access reliable financial information for free?
RBA dilemma: raising interest rates may help the economy but cripple many households.
Pawnbroking can either lend a helping hand or slap you with painful debt.
The Government says it’s inequitable to recover disgraced senator's debt.
ASIC fines debt resolution firm, orders others to remove misleading information.
Rules are made to be broken. Here are four money rules to reconsider.
Did you know that Australians owe over $50 billion on their credit cards?
Is refinancing your debt always the best way to get your finances in order?
A simple trick that could save you hundreds.
Australian homeowners are among the world's most indebted with $1 trillion in borrowings.
Is this extreme course of action the only answer?
The Government won’t disclose actual debt recovered. DHS admits further faults.
Parliamentary memos show that the ‘robo-debt’ system will target pensioners next.
Reports reveal that the Government knew the Centrelink debt-recovery system was flawed.
Human Services Minister Alan Tudge has defended Centrelink’s debt recovery system.
Should you downsize? Listing the pros and cons may help you to decide.
You may be able to claim back your fee for requesting your credit history.
New laws will prevent vulnerable Aussies from being ripped off by dodgy lenders.
You can clear credit card debt by Christmas. Here’s how …
Here are four reasons why you will never be debt-free.
Australian banks are reporting increasing levels of personal debt and loan defaults.
Why do Australians waste $4.3 billion each year on interest repayments?
An increasing number of older Australians are retiring burdened with massive debt.
John Oliver has staged what could be the largest giveaway in television history.
It’s easier than you think to knock years off your home loan.
The new National Hardship Register has been created to help those struggling to pay off ...
You need to understand how your credit score is calculated.
Do you make any of these nine common credit card mistakes?
Australians are carrying higher levels of debt into retirement than the previous generation.
While mistakes can’t always be avoided, you can try and learn from them, including those ...
A reverse mortgage allows you to borrow money secured against your home, without having to pay back either the amount you borrowed or the interest due until you leave your home or die. Instead, your debt and interest builds up (or compounds) over time. They are generally restricted to ...
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