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NAB Traveller Card

Are you heading overseas, but aren’t sure about how to take your money? Our NAB Traveller Card helps takes the hassle out of travelling with foreign currency.

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Hiding accounts to help you save

You may never have heard of hiding an account as a savings strategy. What is it you ask? It’s no Houdini vanishing act; it just means hiding your account from view in internet banking to help you save. Give me the main points Hiding an account helps you towards end ...

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NAB Corporate Markets Loan (CML) via NAB Connect FAQs

What is CML self service via NAB Connect? Self service via NAB Connect is only available for a CML with a Floating component. It enables you to make repayments (credits) to your CML and redraws (debits) from your CML (with a Floating component) using NAB Connect. What if I have ...

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First Home Owner Grant (FHOG) – the basics

The First Home Owner Grant (FHOG) seems to change all the time—and varies a great deal from state to territory to state. Now aimed squarely at new build houses, the FHOG can be worth as much as $30,000. Here’s a brief summary of what you might be entitled to—and links ...

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The real cost of buying a car

If you’re looking to buy your first car, or upgrade to a newer model, you need to look at more than just the price on the windscreen. You need to think about a car’s ongoing costs before you buy. Give me the main points Cheaper up-front might cost more in ...

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Planning for your retirement

With Australians living longer than ever before, many of us will spend decades as retirees. Retirement’s no longer just a pipe, port and slippers time… well, not all the time anyway. Many of us will choose to keep working (either in voluntary or paid employment), others will want to travel, ...

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What is creditworthiness and why does it matter?

Ever wondered what we look for when we assess your credit card, overdraft or personal loan application? Mostly, we just want to be sure you’re able to comfortably handle these debts. That you’re creditworthy. In this article, we look at the simpler-than-it-sounds concept of creditworthiness: in our second story, we ...

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10 tips to boost your creditworthiness

If your creditworthiness isn’t great—if your credit file rivals four-times bankrupt Donald Trump—then all’s not lost. Here are 10 ways you can boost your creditworthiness—and improve your chances of getting a credit card or loan. Give me the main points Get a copy of your credit report—and ensure it’s accurate. ...

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6 tips for working out your renovation costs

Creating a realistic renovation budget rests on how accurately you estimate your costs. Here are six tips to help you work out your renovation costs—before you get the hammers and hacksaws out. Give me the main points Be realistic about the scope of your renovation project. If your grand designs ...

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