Travelling the world like a first class baller isn’t necessarily achievable for us common folk, but that doesn’t mean you need to travel on the cheap. Here at Credit Savvy, we’re always looking for clever ways to save and we’ve compiled a list of seven tips to help you save on your next holiday. 1. Research is your friend This is pretty obvious, right? Preparation is key! Keep your destination and dates flexible. Sign up to travel sites and airline newsletters and you’ll be alerted straight away when a great deal comes up and be prepared to act quickly if your dream destination goes on sale. Don’t forget, these companies also advertise their promotions on their social media accounts too, so they’re worth a follow. Looking for cheap flights for your next holiday? Check out our blog post: 8 ways to find the cheapest flights in Australia 2. Create a budget…
Defaults – What are they? Why do you have one? Why is it still on my credit report when I’ve paid it off!? Well just relax, knowledge is power and we’re here to answer your FAQs on defaults so you are in the know.
The right card for you will depend on what you need from a card and how you’re planning to use it. Maybe you don’t even need a credit card at all! Let’s run through some common types of credit cards out there and what you should look out for…
Dads are difficult when it comes to presents. With Father’s Day upon us you might be a little stuck so here’s a few suggestions to stick a smile on the old man’s dial without breaking the bank.
When buying a home, there will be some costs you expect and some that you don’t. We’ve put together a list of things you might need to think about when working out your budget.
Killing two birds with one stone – savvy! A better credit score might even get you a better interest rate on the credit products you need to assist you with your goals.
Getting married to your partner means combining most aspects of your life and that includes your finances, so do your credit histories get merged when you tie the knot?
So you know you need to borrow some money, but what type of credit should you apply for? Is it better to get a personal loan or a credit card? We explore what situations suit which type of credit to help you answer just that question…
Giving your home a makeover doesn’t have to be an expensive exercise. The team at Credit Savvy have a few helpful DIY home hacks that shouldn’t break the bank.
Thinking about getting a new credit card but have some questions? Well, the Savvy team are here to answer some of the FAQs so you can be in the know! Can you pay off one credit card with another one? How?