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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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New financial year. New financial attitude

As Winston Churchill said, “Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.” So this financial year, take a fresh approach to your finances. 1. Use that budget you made You’ve probably made budgets before – but do you stick to them? Don’t look at your budget as a ...

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Budgeting 102: Sticking to your budget

Even the best budget can unravel if the right tools aren’t in place. Here we give you some plain language advice on how you can stick to your budget, even when temptation strikes.

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Budgeting 101: Working out your income and expenditure

Working out a realistic budget is something we often put off. Shift to the ‘too hard’ basket. But it’s at the crux of sound and sustainable financial management. In this article we look at how to ‘do the numbers’ by working out your income and expenditure.

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How to find your interest earned, interest charged or tax withheld for tax time

There are a few different ways to find this information. 1. Internet Banking Interest Earned Your interest earned is found within your Interest statement. To view your statement, follow these steps: Go to the accounts menu and select ‘Interest statement’. You can select this financial year for a summary of ...

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National Consumer Fraud Week

If you haven’t thought about how your private information is kept secure, you could be leaving it wide open for scammers to use fraudulently. During Fraud Week 2015, the Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce is urging Australian consumers and businesses to get smarter with their data and keep it out of ...

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Tax tips for investment property

New to property investment and not sure what you are able to claim? Here’s a quick guide to help you through tax time. Things you can claim in this financial year You may claim costs you’ve incurred to get tenants into (or out of) your property. This includes preparing a ...

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Free up your cash flow

Personal insurance is necessary to protect your family’s future if the unexpected happens or tragedy strikes. But it’s also important to make sure you buy it in a tax-effective way. Benefit from up-front tax concessions If you buy personal insurances such as Life and/or Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) through ...

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Self-employed?

If you’re self-employed, here are three ways to make tax time easier – and maybe save money too. If you’re one of the two million or so self-employed Australians out there¹, you’ll know how time-consuming the end of the financial year (EOFY) can be. So the earlier you get organised, ...

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