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5 Things to Buy Second Hand and Save

Tuesday, 01 September 2015 16:01

Creating a beautiful home that is our cocoon from the world or enjoying our favourite leisure activities needn’t break the bank. Here are 5 things that you should consider buying second hand.

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Make your home the talk of the town

Friday, 28 August 2015 11:16

We've all seen the renovation television makeover shows and how a simple stroke of paint or some concrete render can turn an ordinary room into something extraordinary. Shows like The Block and House Rules are inspiring everyday people to take their renovation dreams into their own hands.

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8 top tips to help you afford your dreams

We all have dreams and goals. Maybe you want to travel the world, own your first home or put yourself through university. Our dreams and goals are as diverse as we are.

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10 ways you can start saving now

We all hear about the importance of reviewing things like your phone and insurance to see if you can save money, but what about changes you can make right now to help save a buck or two. Some of these savings may seem small, but overtime they all add up.

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Creating a budget you can stick to

Mention the word budget and you are rarely greeted with gleeful excitement, hands clapping together and a ‘Yay let’s get started’. However the fact remains that a budget is the cornerstone of any financial plan. If you do nothing else with your finances, do this one thing. It will change your life…for the better.

Follow these simple steps to develop a budget that works for you and you will never look back.

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5 Reasons you need a budget

Ask anyone with half an idea about finances and they’ll most likely tell you the first step towards getting your personal finances sorted is doing a budget. Before you run screaming for the exit, here are five good reasons you need one this year:

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5 things your kids need to know about money

Monday, 17 August 2015 16:11

These modern times can be confusing for our kids when it comes to money. Long gone are the weekly trips to the local branch to do your banking and withdraw cash to see you through until next time. Credit cards, debit cards and internet and mobile banking all mean less physical money changes hands, never mind EFTPOS withdrawals where you appear to be given money with your shopping. Before too long we will all be paying for purchases with our smartphones, so how best to ensure our kids grow up with an appreciation of the stuff that makes the world go around? Here are our top five things to teach your kids about money.

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