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We all have different goals in life, but most of us probably have one thing in common: we’d love to be the kind of person that’s “good with money”. You know, that guy or girl that has their s*** together. Ramit Sethi’s I Will Teach You To Be Rich may not make you a millionaire, but it will show you how to get your money in order with minimal hassle.
iTunes gift card deals are common, but deals which offer more than 25% off are rare. So being able to buy three $30 cards at the Good Guys for $60 — an effective 33% saving — is worth noting.
The ACCC’s recent decision to take Valve to court highlighted that we have well-defined consumer rights in Australia which big businesses ignore at their peril. It’s worth knowing what those rights are — but it’s also helpful to know what you can’t do. Here’s a refresher on some of the most common misconceptions.
Saving money isn’t easy; in fact, we’re wired not to do it. Fortunately, little mental tricks, such as forcing yourself to document when you spend money, could help you from overspending.
It’s taken some time, but magnetic hard drives are starting to feel the squeeze from their flash-based successors. However, until they’re priced the same per gigabyte, the bulk of your data will remain stored on ever-more dense rotating platters. If you’re in the market to expand your PC’s storage space, it’s hard to beat this deal for a 2TB USB 3.0 drive for $79.