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Aside from a house, buying a new car is probably the most expensive investment you will ever make. It therefore pays to do plenty of research so you can get the best deal possible. This infographic contains a useful array of car buying tips that take you through every step of the process - from planning your budget and arranging a loan to trading in your current car and avoiding tricks in the contract.

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Apple is bringing back its Back to Uni deal for Australian and New Zealand students. Eligible customers can score a $100 Apple Store Gift Card when they buy a Mac for university. You can also score a $70 Gift Card when you buy an iPad Pro. That's in addition to Apple's pr-existing education discounts on Macs, iPads and AppleCare. Read on for details.

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One common strategy for saving money on food that shows up in a lot of frugality books and on many frugality websites is the idea of a "meal prep day," sometimes simply called "meal prep Sunday" because people often use a Sunday to do it.

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Robo advisors have become popular options for investors. They use tools to automatically, effortlessly manage and help diversify your investment portfolio - no human interaction required. And while this kind of automation makes them cheaper than a traditional financial advisor, that doesn't mean they're free.

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JB Hi-Fi has just knocked $300 off the Soniq U65VX15A 65" Ultra HD LED LCD Smart TV. This brings the total to a very tasty $998. Product highlights include an Ultra HD LED Backlit Panel, built-in Wi-Fi and web browser, USB 3.0 for multimedia playback and a native resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. Let's take a look at the specs.