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How to save $10,000 by making some simple changes

How to save $10,000 by making some simple changes

It's not how much you earn that makes a difference in accumulating wealth, its more about how much you spend.

  • by Olivia Maragna

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Parents can save on school supplies by shopping around
Budgeting

Parents can save on school supplies by shopping around

As back to school time rolls around, parents across the country are digging deep to fill compulsory school book lists.

  • by Nina Hendy
The rundown on your rights at rental auctions
Accommodation

The rundown on your rights at rental auctions

In tough rental markets it is not uncommon for someone to walk into a rental property and offer the agent a higher price.

  • by Emily Chantiri
The cost of keeping school kids active and entertained
Childcare

The cost of keeping school kids active and entertained

The costs of raising children in Australia have risen substantially over the last two decades.

  • by Georgina Dent
The promises you are making yourself that are costing you money
Opinion
Money psychology

The promises you are making yourself that are costing you money

Here's how to stick to your financial resolutions once the fireworks have faded.

  • by Olivia Maragna
Get richer in 21 days, a real New Year resolution

Get richer in 21 days, a real New Year resolution

Finding a financial buddy can provide the extra encouragement you need to make your savings plan stick.

  • by Christine Long
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People not as well off as they think, new study reveals
Budgeting

People not as well off as they think, new study reveals

A collaboration between Commonwealth Bank and the University of Melbourne makes some telling observations

  • by Stephen Miles
Why it's OK to buy yourself a little happiness
Spending

Why it's OK to buy yourself a little happiness

Spending on yourself can make you happier - and wealthier.

  • by Catherine Robson
The blindside: financial strain of divorce laid bare
Divorce

The blindside: financial strain of divorce laid bare

Renee Catt was completely unprepared when she was hit with property settlement negotiations just four days after her marriage ended.

  • by Nicole Madigan
Ask Noel: I don't understand why I lost my health care card
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Ask Noel: I don't understand why I lost my health care card

Personal finance expert Noel Whittaker answers your questions.

  • by Noel Whittaker
Consumer complaints surge on the back of royal commission revelations
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Banking royal commission

Consumer complaints surge on the back of royal commission revelations

The new one-stop-shop financial complaints body has had a significant increase in complaints compared to its three predecessor complaints bodies

  • by John Collett