Yes I changed mine from fortnightly to annually a couple of years ago, pretty sure I did it over the phone..
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11-01-2012 13:24 #11
11-01-2012 13:31 #12
Fortnightly here, pays the health insurance.
Im enjoying it while it lasts, will soon be gone.
11-01-2012 14:07 #13
Hubby decided he wanted the payments fortnightly, really it isn't exactly much and we don't really need it fortnightly I would rather get it at the end of the financial year, I suppose if it's in our account it's earning us interest *shrug*
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