Moving Out

Great, you’re ready to move out of home – or are you?
Do you have enough money to move out? You’ll need money for the bond, electricity, gas, food and perhaps even water.
Can you afford the weekly rent? Will you have money leftover for yourself?
Did you know you’d have to sign a rental agreement and what that entails?
Money Savvy Mums can help you get financially prepared for moving out of home and into your new place.
Continue by reading the information below and get started – Good Luck!

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