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Following on from @aussiedebtfreegirl here's our fortnightly income (this includes payments from Centrelink such as family tax benefit, carers allowance and rental assistance). Our Centrelink income is $592 per fortnight & hubby's income is $1,720 per fortnight. Will also continue to share how we spend our money, what our biggest expenses are and what we've had to cut from our budget since going on maternity leave 👍
🧐🤔 Hump Day Hmmm 🤔🧐.
Just think about that quote for a moment.
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Because sometimes one Mac isn’t enough...
I’m feeling so warm and THANKFUL for a pot of espresso, for knowledge, time, and my family today!!
A big hug to you!!!
P.s.. Gentle invite to check in with your finances today... holiday weekend coming up!!!
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In the run up to the release of our heartwarming Christmas appeal film, we wanted to share with you a bit about what Emma's life was like before CAP and her local church came along.⠀
When she went on maternity leave, Emma's income stopped and she quickly spiralled into debt. Suffering with postnatal depression on top of the constant demands and enforcement agents banging at her door, things went from bad to worse.⠀
This Christmas there's always hope. Catch the full film over on our Facebook page from 6pm tomorrow.⠀
So as we approach the debt free life I'm feeling excited but lost. I feel like we've always has debt and I can't really remember life without it. We struggle with having any long term goals, we don't plan on purchasing a home anytime in the foreseeable future. What do you do with your savings? Should we invest? I don't even know where to begin.