The Bankruptcy Act 1966 (Cth) Proposed Amendments
The Proposed Changes & What They Mean All the way back in 1841, voluntary bankruptcy was first allowed in the United States. This early act and the Bankruptcy Act of 1898, known as the Nelson Act, established the modern concepts of debtor-creditor relations. Fast forward to 2018, to the latest Bankruptcy Legislation Amendment (Debt Agreement Reform) Bill Read more
Life After Debt ® at the Nifnex Expo
At Life After Debt ®, we are passionate about helping Australian’s get their financial debt under control. Which is why we are always looking for new avenues and opportunities wherein we can promote our business, so that we can help as many people as possible. The most recent opportunity to come our way, is the Read more
Afterpay – Helpful or harmful?
Remember the good old lay-by days? When you couldn’t pick up your purchase until you’d paid off all your purchases? Well, now there is a digital payment app called Afterpay, which has been increasing in popularity amongst millennial shoppers and big-name retailers and has been described as the “modern day lay-by.” The only difference – Read more