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Alba Iulia
Friday, April 3, 2020

Money Matters

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...

The sensible Pinoy – Getting the best value when buying a car

Next to buying real estate, buying a car probably represents the second-largest major expense for any family. It is not uncommon for a family in Australia to own several cars --- one for each family member old...

Bushfire insurance: What you need to know

The Bushfires which have raged to a large portion of Australia’s landscape was an unprecedented event. 12 million acres (five million hectares) have been destroyed. To put it into perspective, that’s twice the size of Wales, and...

The generous Pinoy

Holidays always bring out the best qualities in every Filipino family. Our generosity and hospitality are legendary amongst our peers the world over. An invitation to celebrate the Holidays in a Pinoy household always...

How to stay out of debt this holiday season

Christmas is a great time of year for most Australians. It’s a time of eating and drinking, giving and receiving, spending time with loved ones and taking a holiday. Australians also like...

Hоw to rераir a bаd credit rating

Yоu mау hаvе discovered that if уоu hаvе a bаd credit rating, it iѕ еxtrеmеlу difficult for уоu tо gеt financing, loans, and реrhарѕ еvеn employment. And hаving a bаd credit rаting оftеn leaves уоu fееling helpless...

Is the stock market a casino?

"The only way to avoid mistakes is not to invest—which is the biggest mistake of all." – John Templeton, a legendary stock market investor I have been investing in the Philippine stock market...

Hosting a 50th Birthday party on a budget

Reaching the golden year is one of the greatest milestones one can achieve in life. After all, that's half a century, not too young yet not too old. At this stage, you probably have the time and...

Superannuation changes from July 1 could leave you without insurance cover

From July 1, major changes to superannuation will take effect designed to stop super balances being eaten up by insurance fees. Recently, the Federal Government introduced the Protecting Your Super package. This includes new...

What to look out for when purchasing car insurance

BWhen purchasing car insurance, it’s usually purchased out of a necessity rather than any other reasons. Buying motor insurance for a new car, a second-hand car or just looking for another option, there...
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Latest update on COVID-19 cases worldwide

updated: 1 April 2020, 10.00 pm AEDTSource: https://ncov2019.live/ Australia has now recorded a total of...
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Visa tips during the Coronavirus crisis

The travel restriction pertaining to banning non-citizens and non-residents from entering Australia (implemented by the Australian government from the 20th of March...

Latest visa updates affecting travellers to and from Australia amid COVID-19 pandemic

To all our kababayans confused about who and what to follow amidst this ongoing pandemic we are all experiencing, please see below...

One-stop-shop online directory for all Australian COVID-19 and Telehealth clinics

Australians now have access to a single, one-stop-shop directory website to find all relevant information relating to nationwide COVID-19 clinics, pop up...

The resourceful Pinoy

Almost everyone can use a bit of extra money, especially when the time to pay quarterly bills comes along. Luckily, Filipinos have...