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How much do you think you’ll spend this Christmas?

This is a great question to think about in the lead up to Christmas. There’s no doubt about it, it’s an expensive time of year.  But with a few tips from Frollo, you could manage your spending and be in better financial shape come the New Year. According to recent research by financial consultants Accenture, Australians will

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Buy Now Pay Later, Make it work for you

The buy now pay later (BNPL) revolution is well and truly here. Most people would agree how easy it is to use, but also how tempting it is to overspend, especially at this time of year. At Frollo we want you to have a great Christmas, but we also care about your financial security in

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Small wins can boost your savings

Think of the last time you had a small win. These small wins give us a sense of achievement. They make us feel like we can conquer the world. What if we could translate the feeling we get after a small win into how we save money?

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Financial Tips

Winners and Losers from Budget 2019

If you weren’t following last week’s Federal Budget closely – don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! As usual, there were winners and losers, and read on for a summary and links for more details. Pensioners, Pharmacists and Preschoolers – Some people will be eligible for a one-off payment to help with energy bills, there’s

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The keys to achieving your long term goals

Have you set your financial goals for the year? Kept to your new year’s resolutions? If you’re having trouble getting started – here are the secrets – To set and achieve your long-term goals, you have to 1) get started with short term goals first and 2) use an app to help you get there.

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Savings Tips

Use it or lose it – make the most of your credit card or switch!

The new financial year is a great time to review your credit cards – you could be paying unnecessary fees and accruing reward points which are going nowhere fast. If you have a credit card earning loyalty or reward points, take a step back and think about your goals: 1. What are you hoping to

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