The avalanche methodCourse
There are many ways to kick-start paying down your debt. The snowball method is designed to motivate you by quickly seeing results by focusing on smaller debts. But, if you prefer to focus on larger debts - the avalanche method might work for you.
The snowball methodCourse
The snowball method is designed to motivate you by quickly seeing results by focusing on smaller debts.
Understanding debt consolidationCourse
Debt consolidation is an option if you are juggling debts from multiple providers. This won’t reduce the amount you owe but it could make managing your repayments easier because your debt is all in one place. Here's what you should know...
What is good debt and what is bad debt?Course
Managing your relationship with debt is fundamental to improving your financial wellbeing and the types of debt you take on will have an impact on your life. Let’s look at what a good debt might be in your life and how to avoid bad debt.
Are you a co-holder and is it working for you?Course
Are rolling over a credit card balance every month or only making minimum repayments on a loan and have enough savings in your account to pay your debt off in full, then you are co-holding. Learn a better way.
Don't be an ostrichCourse
The ‘ostrich effect’ is a term first used by behavioural scientists to describe a specific behaviour in investors but it has border application when it comes to all areas of our lives but, especially when it comes to money. Learn how you can change.