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Alba Iulia
Thursday, October 22, 2020

Money Matters

How to get a car loan as a recent migrant to Australia

If you are looking to buy a car and need a loan, you may believe that banks will say “no” to you because you are not a citizen or permanent resident. This is because...

8 ways to pay less for your health insurance

If you choose to take out private health insurance in Australia, it is an expense that needs careful consideration. You can compare health insurance online and while this may give you an idea...

The secret behind investing in non-traditional assets

Mention the words “non-traditional investment” to someone, and that person will automatically think of something that you put your money into, without completely knowing what it is, or fully understanding how it works. This,...

Build and protect your credit standing

Robert Kiyosaki likes to say that the quickest way to create wealth is to use other people’s money. The problem, of course, revolves around getting other people to let you use their money in the first place. 

3 easy ways to save more money each month

Since we live in a consumer society, it’s considered normal to own many things that you probably don’t even use, or clothes you buy just because it’s appealing to the eye. Sometimes, it’s better to store this...

Free webinar on franchising in the Philippines for Fil-Aussies: 4 May 2020

Following the successful webinar held last 20 April 2020, the Philippine Trade and Investment Center in Sydney is going to hold another webinar on  "TNK (Trabaho, Negosyo, Kabuhayan) x FRANCHISING 101" on 04 May 2020, 3:00 pm AEST. The...

Bayanihan crucial for Pinoy families in lockdown

The coronavirus has had an enormous impact on the 104-million strong Filipinos with many of the citizens under ‘enhanced community quarantine’ featuring business closures and severe restrictions on movement, including checkpoints and the suspension of public transport. 

Early access to superannuation a “last resort”: retirement advocates

One of the ways the Australian government is responding to the needs of those who lost jobs caused by COVID-19 is by easing the rules around early access to superannuation. Many Australians are now...

What to do if you lost your job because of COVID-19?

The coronavirus pandemic has caused massive job losses here in Australia.  So far, nearly one million Australians have lost their jobs as companies are cutting down on employees to weather the storm.  The...

RBA makes historic rate cut

Following an emergency board meeting held on 19 March 2020, the Reserve Bank of Australia has announced a rate cut of 0.25% to a new record low cash rate of 0.25%, in an effort to help the...
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Australian-made beds are helping lost animals

With the COVID-19 pandemic still causing havoc around the world, a lot of businesses are moving their stores online. One of those...

The ties that bind us all

The Filipino Association of Monash (FAM) is a new cultural club at Monash University in Clayton established in 2019. Before the club’s...

7 common Filipino ingredients to liven up your home cooking

Most of us have been guilty of being too tired or unmotivated to get in the kitchen and cook dinner, causing us...