Elizabeth Barry is Finder's global fintech editor. She has written about finance for over five years and has been featured in a range of publications and media including Seven News, the ABC, Mamamia, Dynamic Business and Financy. Elizabeth has a Bachelor of Communications and a Master of Creative Writing from the University of Technology Sydney. In 2017, she received the Highly Commended award for Best New Journalist at The Lizzies. Elizabeth has found writing about innovations in financial services to be her passion (which has surprised no one more than herself).
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This guide will take you through the consequences of bankruptcy so you can decide if it's the right option for you.
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Just because you have had some negative credit experiences in the past doesn't mean that you are excluded from being approved for a personal loan. Find out more about finding a personal loan when you have an average credit score.
Thinking about applying for a personal loan? Find out what you need to do about finding the right loan, the application process and what you need to do after you apply.
How much interest are you paying on your credit card? If you want to take back control of the interest you're paying you can consider consolidating it to a personal loan. Find out what's involved in our guide.