Catherine Robson Spending money can be as painful as stubbing your big toe.
Michael Pascoe You're using a comparison site to shop around? D'oh – odds are you've just been taken for a ride.
Georgina Dent Good health is priceless in theory but in reality it comes with a significant price tag.
Catherine Robson The comedian can teach us something in terms of restraint.
Caitlin Fitzsimmons Let's be honest, there'll be a lot of obligation spending for couples this week. Roughly $100 per person.
Angus Kidman In the market for a new phone? You'll need your wits about you.
Denise Cullen If the festive season has left you feeling financially worse for wear, you're not alone.
Catherine Robson When it comes to spending money, we want the biggest bang for our buck.
Caitlin Fitzsimmons How to escape FOMO, YOLO spending and envy.
Noel Whittaker 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.
John Collett 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.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon How to set yourself up for a sweeter 2017.
Denise Cullen Hanging onto your hard-earned cash can be a matter of spotting – and sidestepping – the most common pitfalls.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon The shopping centre crowds are thronging, your present ideas are thinning – you're hungry too – and you start panic purchasing.
Mark Bouris Go big with giving, but not with big gifts.
Kate Jones Hoarders face many personal problems, not least of them financial.
Linda Vergnani House hunters seeking to avoid nasty surprises should know that not all building inspections are equal.
Melissa Browne Perhaps you're considering buying yourself a gift to reward yourself for seeing through a tough year.
Alex Kidman Many of us think in terms of how much data we're using now without thinking about the fact that many mobile plans cover two year terms.