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Here are the different scenarios (pick one that fits you the most!)
Wealth Builder: how to super charge your surplus money
You are both in your working professionals in your mid 40s with two young children. Overall, you’ve got good monthly surplus after covering the costs of running a family of four.
You own your current home and now is starting to think about building up your nest-egg for retirement because you know your super on its own won’t be enough. So what should you do next?
Scenario 1 – Pay off the mortgage
Scenario 2 – Invest in property and pay minimum off mortgage
Mortgage crusher: How to slash and burn your mortgage
You are both in your mid 30s, living anywhere in Australia and want to be debt free – in particular you want to be rid of your biggest debt of all, your mortgage.
Both have solid jobs and a handy monthly surplus – thanks to pretty reasonable spending habits. BUT… current mortgage debt seems to be too high! What can you do to reduce this non-deductible debt ASAP?
Scenario 1 – Slow and Slower Approach
Scenario 2 – High-Low Debt Approaching using Money SMARTS
Scenario 3 – High-Low with $12000 extra p/w using Money SMARTS
Scenario 4 – Debt Consolidate Using Money SMARTS
Scenario 5 – Debt Consolidate with $100 p/w using Money SMARTS
Rapid home deposit builder: How to super charge your way into your own home sooner
You are both in your late 20s, currently renting and earn a solid combined income of $152,000 p.a. For the past couple of years, you’ve been enjoying the freedom and social lives and this is where a lot of your discretionary spending has been going.
As you get closer to 30, you’re starting to think about the next stage of life and getting serious about saving for a deposit for your own home. You’ve got modest savings but how much more do you need to save before getting on the property ladder? Here are the scenarios in this adventure:
Scenario 1 – Snail’s pace savings
Scenario 2 – A trapped extra $250 per week
Scenario 3 – A trapped extra $500 per week
Scenario 4 – Surprise option
Credit card survivor: How to recover quickly from a debt hole
You are a single professional, living on the fringe of a capital city. Currently renting with good job and good income.
The extra costs of living independently – with busy social calendar have put pressure on your finances. And with a increasing credit card debt and still currently paying off your HECS debt, you are wondering when will you ever get control of your finances rather than it controlling you? Here are the scenarios covered in this adventure:
Scenario 1 – The Baseline (do nothing approach)
Scenario 2 – Debt Snowball Approach
Scenario 3 – High-Low Approach
Scenario 4 – High-Low Approach plus trapping $50 per week
Scenario 5 – Debt Consolidation Approach
Scenario 6 – Debt Consolidation plus trapping $100 per week
So…. which one suits you best?