What’s the one thing that separates the “super savers” from those of us who are simply trying to save whatever we can?
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You might not have a ton of money saved or invested. And reading what you should have or should be saving — say, saving 20 per cent each paycheck, or having your yearly salary saved by the time you’re 30 — can be overwhelming. So much so that you just might not start.
Entering a car lot is a bit like that scene in Behind Enemy Lines when Jude Law blunders into a booby-trapped minefield. In short, you're going to get badly burned. (Germans might also shoot at you, although that's pretty rare.)
Fortunately, it's possibly to drive out of the dealership in a new car without blowing up your wallet in the process. Here are ten expert tips to ensure you get the best deal.
Signing up for a new NBN plan can feel a bit like a game of Russian roulette. There are so many factors that can affect the speed and quality of your connection, and no one wants to get stuck with a shitty service.
While not all providers are equal, some are doing a bang-up job of delivering high quality NBN. Thanks to the ACCC’s “Measuring Broadband Australia” program – which relies on real world testing data from Australian households – we’ve got a better idea of who they are.
It's not a myth. The gender super gap is a scary reality facing women across Australia, leaving them with thousands of dollars less than the average man at retirement age. However, there are some simple tips you can follow today that can help to bridge the gap between men and women’s superannuation balances.
How’s your no-spend month going, friends? Truthfully, I hit a few hiccups the last few days, including a wine-fuelled Etsy purchase. If you’re having a little trouble too, here’s a tip from Reddit that might help curb impulse purchases.
Petrol is getting too expensive - and according to the experts, prices are only going to get worse. Instead of reverting to the horse-and-cart, here are a handful of simple bowser strategies that will help to keep petrol prices more manageable.