IMB Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

IMB Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • Housing affordability tips

    With property prices skyrocketing in certain parts of Australia, the likelihood of snagging a 3 bedroom home without a hefty inheritance or help from mum and dad, is getting slimmer and slimmer. But there are options available for first time property buyers.

  • How you can leverage credit card transfers or a debt consolidation loan

    If you've been piling up a good deal of credit card debt in recent months, it may be difficult to pay down your debts. Ideally, you'd be able to spend responsibly at all times and keep those credit card bills under control, but sometimes, unexpected things can happen.

  • Home Loans: Fixed, variable or split?

    To begin your journey towards buying a property, you may find that raising capital is an important aspect in making your first purchase. Many Australians rely on mortgages to purchase their first owner-occupied home.

  • Schools back – how’s the budget?

    Your kids may be ready for the new term but unfortunately, school expenses don’t stop at the uniform and books.

  • Changes to the Age Pension

    What is changing? The Federal Government has made changes to the Assets test for those receiving a Centrelink pension, including the Age Pension. Therefore, depending on the level of your investable assets, your pension payments may be less. According to the Federal Government, if you have not received a letter informing you that your pension has changed, it will remain the same.

  • Looking for the best car loan in 2017? IMB Bank wins Mozo Experts Choice Award for the Best Fixed Secured Personal Loan for a used car up to six years old

    Looking for a car loan? IMB Bank’s Fixed Secured Personal Loan is the best in the market, according to the latest Mozo Experts Choice Awards.

  • 5 great caravanning road trips you can enjoy across Australia

    If you're looking for a way to enjoy an extended holiday and take in all the sights Australia has to offer, there are few better ways to do it than in a caravan. Whether you're among friends, with family or simply enjoying some time to yourself, a caravan can make it easier to travel the country, see a wide range of spectacles and, when you're done for the day, pull over and rest comfortabl...

  • Test driving my new car – what to look out for?

    Are you considering taking a potential car purchase out for a test drive? Here are some things to consider to make the most of your test drive.

  • 5 school holiday activity ideas for the budget-conscious

    For many families, it can be difficult to find the time to take holidays. Children spend much of the calendar year in school, and even when they're not, they may have extracurricular activities that take up their time making it difficult to get away.

  • A guide to Christmas Spending

    Christmas is a time for good food, good company, and good cheer – and an awful lot of spending. The Silly season is a fantastic time of year, and for some people can also result in high credit card debt. Here are some tips to staying on top of Christmas costs.

IMB Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

New blog articles detected

  • The pros and cons of Family Guarantee loans

    For many young Australians, home ownership may be harder to attain compared to previous generations. Many Australians are putting off buying their first home until later in life, while the overall home ownership rates across the nation have been dropping since the mid-1990's1. It seems like a grim scenario, but there are still solutions available - and it isn't just a matter of saving more ...

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