These Australians paid for their house in cash and have two years of wages in the bank.
Three out of four Australians believe they are overspending on their kids by hundreds of dollars each month. And then there's the gifts.
How to get rich, happy and save the world.
Filling up the car at the right time and place slashes dollars from the long weekend road trip.
Watching just a handful of video streaming episodes on-the-go can quickly become expensive for your mobile bill.
Your 20s are the time to set in place some basics that will help set you up for a brighter financial future.
It's almost Sydney Royal Easter Show time again. The show, which runs from Thursday, April 6 to Wednesday April 19, is fun for the whole family, but the costs can burn a hole in the pocket.
After college, Grant Sabatier was unemployed, broke and living with his parents. Here's how he reached his goal of saving $US1 million ($1.3 million) by age 30.
Don't let the Easter bunny eat all your savings.
Don't trust third-rate foreign online travel agencies masquerading as Australian operations.
Customer loyalty schemes are a great idea ... if you're a retailer.
The strategies that beat the coming health insurance hikes.
Even the value of the iPhone SE won't hold as long as other Apple phones.
Getting the tipping right can be tricky, especially outside your home country.
Spending money can be as painful as stubbing your big toe.
Is it bad etiquette or just common sense?
You're using a comparison site to shop around? D'oh – odds are you've just been taken for a ride.
My name is Melissa Browne and I am a chocolate addict.
What Australians can learn from the Kiwis about helping first home buyers into the housing market.
Good health is priceless in theory but in reality it comes with a significant price tag.
The comedian can teach us something in terms of restraint.
Let's be honest, there'll be a lot of obligation spending for couples this week. Roughly $100 per person.
In the market for a new phone? You'll need your wits about you.
When it comes to spending money, we want the biggest bang for our buck.
If the festive season has left you feeling financially worse for wear, you're not alone.
How to escape FOMO, YOLO spending and envy.
Most New Year's resolutions involve losing weight and gaining wealth, and you are probably battling both as the weight stays on and the credit card bills start arriving.
Getting fit is often at the top of the list of New Year resolutions, but consumers have to be careful not to waste money on gym membership fees.
A British woman has detailed how she spent an entire year buying nothing but the bare necessities and saved £22,493 ($37,100) in the process.