The Government recently announced changes to Centrelink and FTB. Exactly what are the changes and what do they mean for YOUR family?
No one wants to think about the worst case scenario when it comes to the future, but are you prepared for the unexpected? With the end of the year approaching, I thought now was as good a time as any to do a bit of a stocktake.
Is it time for a money makeover? Today I’m partnering with 10thousandgirl to spread the word about an awesome scholarship they have available for their 6 Week Money Makeover program, which will see 100 women able to complete the program for just $30 (instead of $149).
How would an extra $1239.65 help you right now? If you are looking at your budget and thinking you really need to squeeze a bit more out of it, then this is the perfect chance to set aside a bit of extra cash without much effort. Perhaps you’d like a buffer for Christmas or maybe […]
What if I told you that one take away lunch a week was worth $185,000. Would you be surprised? I was!
Is outsourcing a waste of money? If you can do it yourself should you save the money and get on with it? So good or bad, worthwhile or wasteful, let’s chat about trading money for time and whether it’s the way to go.
Have you ever looked at the way a friend or family member manages their money and thought, “I wish I was good with money”?
Well check out these smart money habits today!
Now these might not be the most exciting ways to spend your tax refund, but they will make a positive difference to your long term finances. Look at it as short term pain for long term gain!
I’ve been spending a bit too much time on Pinterest lately, and today I made the mistake of typing the word “budgeting” into the search bar.
Teaching your kids good money habits from a young age, sets them up to be wise with money and manage it well. Here are six things to teach kids about money, right from the start.
Trying to save money or pay off debt can often seem like a huge challenge but there are easy ways to find extra cash without even noticing it. These are five money mistakes that most people are making and that are costing you thousands of dollars.
Many Australian families have been holding their breath, waiting to see what the governments proposed changes to childcare rebates would be. Well today (Mother’s Day ironically), the secrets were revealed. The good news is that it doesn’t look as bad as many expected, in fact, for most families things are looking pretty good. (Note this is […]
Summer means holidays for many families, but taking a break from work and home doesn’t need to mean taking a break from your budget! Returning home to a mountain of holiday induced credit card debt is a surefire way to quickly loose that holiday feeling.
A new year generally means new years resolutions, and for many these include better budgeting, saving money and getting out of debt. If you are looking for a yearly savings plan that is easy to follow and achievable for a range of incomes then the 52 week savings challenge is for you!
At this time of year, many people are giving their credit card a good work out. Here I’ve taken a look at some of the pro’s and con’s of credit cards. Are credit cards good or bad? How can you make them work for you not you for them?