Our Call Centre will be open on EKKA holiday Wednesday 16th August from 8:45am to 4:30pm. Our branches will be closed for the public holiday.
Take an honest look at what you’ve earned and spent in the last few months. Does it add up? If you’re spending more than you earn and living beyond your means, give some serious thought to working out a budget then take a look at your accounts with the following in mind:
Credit cards are a great tool, but can get out of hand if they aren’t managed carefully. Think about adding to your to-do list a check of how much interest you’re paying on your card and how you’re using it. You might save money if you can:
If you have a mortgage, it’s usually your single biggest cost, and paying it down is the long-term goal of many people. Wrangling your mortgage to pay if off quickly can save a lot of interest and reduce the term of the mortgage. A step in the right direction could be:
If your service providers aren’t giving you a good deal, the good news for you is it’s a competitive marketplace so you should take a look at the following:
Don’t be afraid to ask providers to match a competitor’s price. It could make a big difference to your budget.
As we wave goodbye to the last financial year, a financial check-up keeps you on track to a healthier financial future. If you’re not sure you’re getting the best deal on your savings, credit or home loan accounts, contact QBANK.
That’s right, back for their fourth consecutive year, the 2017 QBANK Everyday Heroes Awards are here to honour and celebrate Queenslanders who have made a difference in the community and those who serve and protect others.
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Set your kids up for a healthy financial future by talking smart about money and leading by example.