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Here’s how to level the ‘paying’ field

Here’s how to level the ‘paying’ field

Gender pay gap plus childcare could put a big dent in your super.

  • by Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon

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It's time to Marie Kondo your finances

It's time to Marie Kondo your finances

Now that the silly season is over it’s the perfect time to start a 30-day financial detox. 

  • by Melissa Browne
By Royal decree: Five new consumer no-nos in the new banking world
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By Royal decree: Five new consumer no-nos in the new banking world

Here are the newly bad banking behaviours to avoid if you want to take advantage of the brave new wealth world.

  • by Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon
How to avoid some of the credit card traps

How to avoid some of the credit card traps

It is becoming increasingly difficult for retirees to qualify for a credit card.

  • by Noel Whittaker
How to go on a spending diet to tame the money beast

How to go on a spending diet to tame the money beast

Applying a spending freeze can help create a new financial normal.

  • by Georgina Dent
10 ways to boost your income for a happy retirement

10 ways to boost your income for a happy retirement

A few extra hours in the evening or on the weekend can lead to a large increase in your quality of life in retirement.

  • by Olivia Maragna
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Think you have three years to use a gift card? You don’t
Budgeting

Think you have three years to use a gift card? You don’t

Gift card regulation is a mess, with many Australians at a significant risk of cash loss.

  • by Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon
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
Parents can save on school supplies by shopping around
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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
People not as well off as they think, new study reveals

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
Top five money saving tips for the new year
Budgeting

Top five money saving tips for the new year

The best savings and investment tips for the New Year tend to be those things you can do right now to set up your finances well into the future.

  • by John Collett