Wednesday, 06 December 2017 14:31
As we go through adult life, we generally learn the importance of having a goal, such as saving for a home deposit, holiday or car. The need to save can retain its importance as the years go by and the challenge of retirement funding looms larger.
For many people, a big cash injection such as an inheritance could mean the difference between a comfortable retirement and a stretched one. It can be easy to spend cash on things you have always wanted such as a pool for the backyard or a home renovation, but there could be better ways to utilise the extra funds. Some may decide to tuck the money away into a term deposit, but there are other options available. The below are possible options that are worth considering.
Wednesday, 29 November 2017 14:56
For many people, a big cash injection such as an inheritance could mean the difference between a comfortable retirement and a stretched one. It can be easy to spend cash on things you have always wanted such as a pool for the backyard or a home renovation or you may decide to tuck all the money away into a term deposit, but there are other options available to help make the most out of what you have.
Monday, 13 November 2017 13:06
If you’re looking for a mortgage for your first home, it can be a good idea to estimate how much you could potentially borrow.
Friday, 20 October 2017 10:54
By Bessie Hassan | Money Expert at finder.com.au
Your fellow Aussies believe that owning your own home outright, having a healthy stash of super and being able to take an overseas holiday every year defines the Australian dream, according to new research from finder.com.au, Australia’s most visited comparison website1.
Last Updated on Friday, 22 December 2017 14:00
Whether you’re looking to buy a car or a personal loan to travel, it can be a good idea to estimate loan repayments.
Friday, 23 June 2017 10:02
While effective money management may be the last thing on your mind, it is an important topic to have a good grasp of. Whether you’re saving for an adventure in the mountains of Bolivia or aiming for a deposit on your first home, the financial habits you develop in your early 20’s could have considerable consequences as you get older and start to wind down. While we can't offer you a degree, we can start by pointing out some simple habits that could pay off in the long-run.
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