31-May

Are You Ready For The End Of The Financial Year, And The Possibility Of A Tax Bill?

Are You Ready For The End Of The Financial Year, And The Possibility Of A Tax Bill?

2020 asked a lot of Australians, especially those who found themselves without work or shifting into a new industry. Regardless, the end of the financial year doesn’t have to be a harbinger of stress, if your self-reporting or tax declarations aren’t organised to standard come June 30th. Spondooli is here to help with a short-term and instant payday advance for…

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18-May

With Rising Childcare Costs, And No Relief Currently In Sight, How Can You Continue To Pay For Childcare In The Case Of An Emergency?

With Rising Childcare Costs, And No Relief Currently In Sight, How Can You Continue To Pay For Childcare In The Case Of An Emergency?

After a tough year for lots of Australian families, many are hoping that relief will be given soon to some family-related financial strains. Childcare can be one of the most expensive costs associated with having children while being working parents. In 2020, 66.4% of Australian families had two working parents, which means that childcare is likely a necessity for these…

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5-May

The Trans-Tasman Bubble Is About To Cause A Surge In Travel For Australians, Are You Prepared Financially To Finally Go Overseas Again?

The Trans-Tasman Bubble Is About To Cause A Surge In Travel For Australians, Are You Prepared Financially To Finally Go Overseas Again?

Having some financial wiggle room is essential when planning an overseas trip especially when it’s been postponed for over a year. With the Australian and New Zealand federal governments approving the much-anticipated Trans-Tasman bubble on April 19th, citizens of both countries are welcome to travel quarantine-free, capitalise on the daily flash sales of airlines, and above all, enjoy some rest…

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19-Apr

Now That JobKeeper Has Finished, How Can You Help Your Family To Fill The Gap Of Extra Expenditure?

Now That JobKeeper Has Finished, How Can You Help Your Family To Fill The Gap Of Extra Expenditure?

Every day the Australian economy continues to grow stronger since the rapid decline experienced in March 2020, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. While Australians experienced the first recession in almost 20 years during 2020, we only saw two quarters of decline before improvements began. Now, as we head into the second quarter of 2021, we are continuing to…

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3-Apr

With Travel And Entertainment As Top Priorities Where Are You Looking To Spend Your Money In 2021?

With Travel And Entertainment As Top Priorities Where Are You Looking To Spend Your Money In 2021?

The collective effort of all Australians to take the hurdles of 2020 in their stride, not only displayed their ability to adapt to public health policy swiftly but has laid the foundations for an economy ready to bounce back with gusto. As entertainment and domestic travel are pertinent to the spending intentions of many Australians, enjoyment seems to be the underlying…

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15-Mar

4 Reasons Spondooli Can Strengthen Your Financial Position

4 Reasons Spondooli Can Strengthen Your Financial Position

The unexpected isn’t always a negative thing, instead, it can provide an opportunity to treat yourself, your loved ones and, or seek a business opportunity. As one of the leading payday loan providers in Australia, Spondooli knows this and has been helping over 125,000 happy customers secure holidays, settle bills and get on top of their overall finances and obtain…

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19-Feb

How Will The Finances Of Ordinary Australian Families Fare This Year?

How Will The Finances Of Ordinary Australian Families Fare This Year?

After a tumultuous year, Australians are looking into 2021 with a more positive outlook than many other nations across the world. So, how are our finances going to fare this year, especially for the average Australian family? While in 2020 Australia experienced its first recession in almost 30 years, our economy only saw two-quarters of negative growth before numbers began…

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29-Jan

Are You Shopping Online Or In-Store For School Supplies This Year?

Are You Shopping Online Or In-Store For School Supplies This Year?

Just when you thought it was time to relax after a hectic Christmas and holiday period, back-to-school purchases enter the picture. For many December and January can be less about the joy of gift-giving and holidays, and more about thinking about their budgets. Mainly about how they can stretch their budgets across Christmas, school holidays and then back-to-school costs for…

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17-Jan

A Considered And Safe Approach To Payday Loans Can Be Vital Post JobKeeper

A Considered And Safe Approach To Payday Loans Can Be Vital Post JobKeeper

With the impending wind up of JobKeeper in March, opportunities for new career pursuits and remote working beckon for those eager to achieve a healthier work and life balance. Founding Director of the institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) Professor David Hensher told a Sydney University Business School Study “we can expect commuting activity to decline by an average…

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24-Dec

Australians Are Spending More On Christmas & New Year’s Celebrations Each Year – How Will This Year’s Spending Be Different?

Australians Are Spending More On Christmas & New Year’s Celebrations Each Year – How Will This Year’s Spending Be Different?

As 2020 comes to a close we begin to look forward to the end of years celebrations, and the festive season alike. After a very strange year for everyone around the globe, our holiday season will definitely be different to anything we have experienced previously. This time of year is commonly associated with being the most expensive period of the…

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