Kate Jones Every parent worries about their child's financial future. But what if your child is disabled and incapable of managing their finances?
Christine Long Need some breathing space from heavy interest charges on your credit card debts? A balance transfer deal could be the answer.
John Collett It's that time of year again, when the children return to school and - for fee-paying students - their parents learn how much they'll be expected to cough up for the privilege.
David Potts Money makes money when it is reinvested whether through a superannuation account, holding a share portfolio or property investments.
Emily Chantiri Sooner or later you may need to dip into funds for an unexpected emergency. The ideal is to save six months' salary.
John Collett Debt chalked up on credit cards is costing travelling Australians millions.
Christine Long If you want to avoid the financial blues after your summer break, adopt these simple strategies to cut down on spending
THE COST OF KIDS
Sylvia Pennington Swimming? Footy? Ballet? Piano? Whatever activities your kids do, it costs. But there are ways to save.
Christine Long If you need to break the credit card habit, here are some debt-defying tips to help you along.
Christine Long Feeling the need for a double shot of determination to make your New Year's resolutions stick? You're not the only one.
Sylvia Pennington Disputes over money are one of the most common sources of conflict in share houses - but can they be prevented?
Melissa Browne We're now halfway through Thriftober and if you're doing the 31-day Financial Cleanse you may find your enthusiasm is beginning to wane and you might have had a slip-up or two.
JUST DO IT
Melissa Browne Saving money, like getting fit, is something many people seem to believe they'll never do.
David Wilson How frugal are you? Presumably, you are not about to buy a yacht. Here are five more specific expenses to cut.
Daniella Miletic Banks and credit card companies are pocketing hundreds of millions of dollars in extra interest payments by refusing to pass on Reserve Bank rate cuts to credit cards.
Banks have been wooing depositors since the global financial crisis made the wholesale market an expensive place to source funds.
Nina Hendy Women need to rid themselves of the 'Cinderella complex' and take control of their financial future.
Clancy Yeates Until recently, Australians seemed determined to spend more on credit cards, despite the well-known disadvantages of doing so.
Penny Pryor Five key additional data fields will be collected from March 2014:
John Collett RaboDirect, the online savings and investments bank, last week launched a five-year term deposit with an interest rate of 7.15 per cent a year.