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Seven big ideas to help you easily teach your kids about money
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Seven big ideas to help you easily teach your kids about money

There is much we do in our everyday family lives that can provide a chance to teach your kids about money and help set them up for financial success.

  • by Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon

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Free help to enable women to get better with their money
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Free help to enable women to get better with their money

The starting point for change is to realise that money does not control you. You control it

  • by Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon
Three reasons why we often pay too much for things
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Three reasons why we often pay too much for things

Half of Australians still pay extra to be with “old-school” telco Telstra, or drive European cars. But are they necessarily any better than other cheaper brands?

  • by Joel Gibson
Social media ‘finfluencers’ are OK, but don’t bank on them
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Social media ‘finfluencers’ are OK, but don’t bank on them

if you look to social media for answers, just make sure you include the voices of people who can be trusted to give well-rounded, expert financial information.

  • by Melissa Browne
Whittaker's financial 'commandments': Easy rules to help you get ahead
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Whittaker's financial 'commandments': Easy rules to help you get ahead

Financial guru Noel Whittaker shares some of his top investment and personal finance tips to help set you on the right path to financial freedom.

  • by Noel Whittaker
How to set your kids up for money success
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How to set your kids up for money success

Constantly encourage your children to think of "future them". Money is finite so you need to help your child to carefully decide how to allocate it. 

  • by Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon
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How to break bad spending habits amassed in lockdown

How to break bad spending habits amassed in lockdown

'Lifestyle creep' is part of human nature. If you have developed bad spending habits during COVID-19 lockdown, it may be time to act now before they become entrenched.

  • by Emily Chantiri
Working from home is costing Sydney's CBD $10 billion

Working from home is costing Sydney's CBD $10 billion

This has led to calls for mandatory masks to be worn on public transport to encourage workers to return to their offices and breathe new life into the city's businesses.

  • by Matt Wade
WA 'five years' closer to cashless society thanks to COVID-19 hygiene fears

WA 'five years' closer to cashless society thanks to COVID-19 hygiene fears

PayPal consumer behaviour expert Danielle Grant said WA and Australia were already ahead of the cashless curve but the pandemic had dramatically hastened the shift.

  • by Hamish Hastie
The Millennial quest for happiness looks a lot like red eyes and burnout

The Millennial quest for happiness looks a lot like red eyes and burnout

We are on an everlasting quest to find ‘the ideal work week’, in the hope that the winning formula will bring endless fulfilment and satisfaction.

  • by Pandora Sykes
From purse strings to waistlines: why budgets and diets both fail

From purse strings to waistlines: why budgets and diets both fail

Why do we so often fail at our money or body goals? The forces at work behind both are surprisingly similar.

  • by Jessica Irvine