☁️ debt - how to take back control | starter pack

This episode of The Australian Finance Podcast is part of our starter pack series, where we share money stuff that changes your life!

Getting out of the cycle of debt (think BNPL, credit cards and personal loan) is a critical factor in taking control of your financial future. It’s hard to invest in the future when you have the debts of your past pulling you backwards.

In this episode Kate & Owen explore some of the different types of consumer debt products to be aware of, strategies for getting out of debt and some of the important resources available to help you get the bank off your back.

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Date recorded: 10th December 2021
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