Christine Long You might think it's too early to think about Christmas but Jill Stewart would beg to differ.
John Collett With families' finances stretched we could all do with recovering some "lost" money. A mountain of money is waiting to be re-united with its rightful owners – the trick is knowing where to look...
Emily Chantiri Twenty-three-year-old Daniel Wroby had never heard the term "financial literacy" until this year. He is not alone.
John Collett Consumers transferring money in and out of Australia could be doing themselves out of hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars using their big bank to make the transfers.
PUTTING THE SQUEEZE ON
John Collett A flurry of surveys is showing a marked increase in the financial pressure consumers are feeling.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon No one would ignore $100 lying on the pavement Yet most people obliviously pass over more than this every month. It's time to shape up.
David Potts Competition is making life tough for the big players but it’s a boon for shoppers.
Larissa Ham Many of us can now do our work from wherever we choose. So why not do it from somewhere with warm temperatures and a low cost of living?
Clancy Yeates Interest rates on bank deposits are miserable, but apparently the humble savings account is as popular as ever.
THE MOTLEY FOOL
Scott Phillips The start of the new financial year is a good time to see how your finances are faring.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Alex Berlee There is hope for those who like to splurge if they choose to whip their cashflow into shape.
LOVE AND MONEY
Kate Jones Money differences are responsible for more break-ups than cheating, especially in the first year of a marriage. So what are the financial hurdles - and how do you clear them?
Mark Bouris I've been fielding questions lately about interest rates and the economy.
Alexander Tange The Danish government is looking into getting rid of cash payments in shops, moving the country closer to a "cashless" economy.
Dan Hyde Travellers heading to Greece are being advised to take their euros in notes and coins in case the escalating debt crisis prompts the country's banks to switch off their cash machines.
Christine Long Some financial products that claim to ease your cares can send you even deeper into debt.
Melissa Browne Smart or seemingly silly - these tips can help improve your finances.
George Cochrane With interest rates so low, what's the best strategy for setting up savings for a grandchild?
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon Rather than pass on the last rate cut, credit card lenders have made the lucrative move to lift interest charges, making $28m in the process.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon With health premiums set to rise it's a good idea to look at the big picture. Here's all you need to know.