Money

Saving

Tips to make most of your savings

Kate Donnelly could be doing more to grow her savings.

Kate Donnelly has tens of thousands of dollars saved. The problem is the money is held in an online saver and a bank account earning next to nothing.

How to haggle without regret

Tsering Wangmo, Petronia Nzirubusa, Luz Restrepo and Lhakpa Chodon at their stall at St Kilda market.

Haggling is not just for the markets or travel overseas, it's also becoming more common in the Aussie shopping mall.

How to choose best home broadband plan

You need more data if you plan to stream TV such as Netflix original series <i>Orange is the New Black</I>.

Fast broadband has reared its head as an election issue, with three out of four households not yet connected to the NBN. In the mean time, this is how to find the best broadband deal available now.

Apps and tools to manage your money

Robo-advisers won't fully replace humans just yet.

Our mobile devices are becoming the go-to instruments of convenient commerce, offering something that consumers are only just beginning to come to terms with – a world of instantaneous self-wealth management.

Save on winter heating

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Winter officially arrives this week and many households will be worried about the cost of keeping warm.

Set stage to keep fun in your life

A limited number of $20 tickets to see performances by the Sydney Theatre Company, such as Disgraced, go on sale every week.

I found myself sharing a stage last week with a hip hop artist, a jewellery designer and entrepreneur, a medical doctor and a singer-songwriter.

Financial lessons from the Third World

Reaping rewards: Savers can learn from the lending criteria that microfinance group Grameen places on loans in Third ...

The requirements microfinance lender Grameen Australia places on poor borrowers in the developing world read like a play book for good financial management in any country, even Australia.