Making your New Year resolutions last the distance can be a mind-over-matter affair. We offer money saving tips to beat the brain barriers that can prevent you from sticking with a savings goal.
Flights, accommodation, meals, activities – it can be easy to blow the budget on a holiday. Here are our top seven tips for holidaying well without breaking the bank.
Discover your true savings style with our quiz plus some essential tips to get ahead with your deposit savings.
Take a look at these five tips to avoid over-spending, and keeping your budget on track over the summer holidays.
How much are Aussies saving each month and how do you compare? We take a look at Australians’ saving habits and break down what it takes to save and buy your home faster.
Finding it hard to achieve your financial goals? You could join the growing ranks of Aussies earning a second income to boost their back account balance to save for a home deposit.
If you’re already a homeowner, the rising value of property in most parts of Australia is likely to be something you’re celebrating. But for many would-be buyers, renters and parents, rising costs and lower affordability are a source of enormous frustration.
The average first home buyer’s loan in Australia is over $315,000 which means to save for a 20% deposit sometime in the next decade you may need to put away a few hundred dollars a month. Savings accounts are still the most popular way for Aussies to save money but with interest rates at historically low levels the returns can look pretty meagre.
A side gig can be a great way to indulge a passion without quitting your day job. Not to mention the additional benefit of boosting your income. But how do you get the work, life and tax balance right?
Ignorance is bliss, right? Not when it comes to your credit reputation! Many people don’t check their credit score or credit report because they’re afraid it might be bad. In fact, research commissioned by Experian shows that more than 80% of Australians have never accessed their credit report.