Money Management

Money Management

Aussies' financial milestones (and 5 ways to achieve them)

For many people, a big cash injection such as an inheritance could mean the difference between a comfortable retirement and a stretched one. It can be easy to spend cash on things you have always wanted such as a pool for the backyard or a home renovation or you may decide to tuck all the money away into a term deposit, but there are other options available to help make the most out of what you have.

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How much can I borrow?

If you’re looking for a mortgage for your first home, it can be a good idea to estimate how much you could potentially borrow.

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Important financial habits to learn in your 20’s

While effective money management may be the last thing on your mind, it is an important topic to have a good grasp of. Whether you’re saving for an adventure in the mountains of Bolivia or aiming for a deposit on your first home, the financial habits you develop in your early 20’s could have considerable consequences as you get older and start to wind down. While we can't offer you a degree, we can start by pointing out some simple habits that could pay off in the long-run. 

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5 Financial myths debunked

seek some clarity on some commonly held financial beliefs

By reading on, you may have an eye opening experience with regard to your personal finances.

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Looking for the best car loan in 2017?

Looking for a car loan? IMB Bank’s Fixed Secured Personal Loan is the best in the market, according to the latest Mozo Experts Choice Awards.

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A guide to Christmas spending

Christmas is a time for good food, good company, and good cheer – and an awful lot of spending. The Silly season is a fantastic time of year, and for some people can also result in high credit card debt. Here are some tips to staying on top of Christmas costs.

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The cost of raising kids [Infographic]

A child can be a huge responsibility. It can be equal parts draining, rewarding and exciting - but it can also be expensive. Preparation for a potential change in circumstances due to the arrival of a child could help with reducing financial strain in both the long term and the short.

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The three money stages before 30

Good financial habits can be great to learn and put in place when you are younger; however, it’s never too late to start learning. Here are three important stages of a young Australian's life; especially when it comes to money.

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The three most common mistakes with a tax return

The end of the financial year has come and so has tax time. Sorting out your finances during the tax period can be an intricate and often complex process, but with some assistance and knowledge, you might be able to minimise your risk of making some common mistakes with your tax return.

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Four money savings tips for the financial new year

When we were younger our parents may have instilled the importance of good savings habits to attain those things that we really thought were worthwhile. As we go through adult life, we also know the importance of having a goal, such as saving for a home deposit, holiday or car. The need to save can retain its importance as the years go by and the challenge of retirement funding looms larger.

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Why choose IMB Bank?

Established in 1880, IMB has been helping people achieve their financial goals for 140 years. IMB offers a full range of banking solutions including home and personal lending, savings and transaction accounts, term deposits, business banking and can arrange financial planning, insurance and travel products.

IMB has a growing branch network throughout the Illawarra, Sydney, NSW South Coast, the ACT and Melbourne. We have a lending specialist in every branch and a team of mobile lending specialists who will come to you. IMB members enjoy access to free automated phone and internet banking and a team of professionals who are just a phone call away at our locally based call centre.

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