5 ways to take on your Christmas debt

Investments Commission reports that on average, each of us planned to part ways with $955 during the holiday season1. On top of this, 36 per cent of us Aussies plan to use a credit card to support spending habits during this period2.

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4 financial tips for people heading to university

With most universities kicking off the year in full throughout February, there are sure to be a lot of people entering the tertiary-education lifestyle for the first time.

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Christmas lunch on a budget

Christmas lunch is supposed to be indulgent but you don’t need to blow the budget to have a meal that your guests will rave about.

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Moving out of home what's the rush?

If you’re heading towards your mid-twenties or even your thirties and haven’t flown the coop yet, don’t feel bad. Figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show that in 2006, almost one in four people aged 20–34 years were living at home with their parents, compared with 19% in 1986. With housing prices on the increase, adult children are staying at home longer and longer.

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Planning for a debt free Christmas

No one likes a hangover and especially the debt hangover that many people experience after indulging in a little too much Christmas spending. With Christmas just around the corner, how can we ensure we are financially prepared for the silly season?

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Where is the best place for my savings

So you’ve managed to pull together some savings. Awesome work! But what comes next? Where do you put it and just how hard should those savings be working for you?

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Plan ahead to get a great deal on a new car

It is very easy to get carried away with the excitement of buying a new set of wheels. After all, next to a home it is probably the biggest purchase many of us will make. All the more reason to make sure that you get the best price possible on the car you want.  Before you hit the car yards, take the time to do some research, compare prices and work on your negotiating skills.

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5 things to buy second hand and save

Creating a beautiful home that is our cocoon from the world or enjoying our favourite leisure activities need not 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

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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