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The Cash Mag
Helping everyday Aussies do better with cash.
Now another scam, the mum and dad debacle, has become a fraud-based trend that negatively impacts Australians and has already resulted in millions lost. If you remain observant and handle your money safely, you can avoid being the next victim.
Having an ID verification system in place is a way to mitigate fraud and preventable financial losses. Whether you're logging into your bank account, emailing your friends, or buying something online, identity verification can be a useful safeguard against fraud.
Identifying an online money scam can be challenging and in 2021, Aussies lost over $2 billion due to scams. People have had enough of the constant financial losses that target anyone with digital devices.
Pet owners often account for food, toys, and care for the pets while they head away on holidays. But not many proactively prepare for their pets to get injured or sick.
When you’re short on cash and you need emergency dental care, IOUcash can help you to pay for your emergency dental care debt with a digital IOU. You can develop your own repayment terms to suit your needs.
The death of a loved one brings lots of challenges but paying for their funeral shouldn't be one of them. Find out how IOUcash can help.
Avoiding credit card fees might seem far out of reach but it can be done as long as you know how credit cards work and you start to practice a bit of money management skills. Start paying off your credit card debt right away by using a digital IOU.
To keep yourself from spending more than you have, and to keep yourself from simply going without functioning appliances, make yourself familiar with some of the ways to save on whitegoods.
Nearly 3 million Aussies are facing outstanding HECS-HELP debt and student loans will now be indexed based on inflation. With inflation set to peak, many Aussies are wondering what they can do to not put themselves into further debt.
When you’re short on cash and far away from home, things can become complicated. Australians are travelling again but many are worried about what happens when things go wrong along the way.