Draft up your financial plan

Following the budget, banishing debt should be your number one priority at this time of year, writes Emma Kennedy.

20th October, 2013
Having a financial plan means you are more prepared for unexpected costsThinkstock

As the dust settles on Budget 2014, households around the country are digesting its impact on their household finances.

However, beyond the immediate hits to your family's bottom line, it's also worth using the budget as a good excuse to review your financial plans, and revise them to reflect any change in your circumstances or relevant policy changes.

When it comes to making a financial plan - or updating an existing one - try to think...

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