Well, the research is in and the results speak for themselves. Australian teenagers could do with a hand when it comes to financial literacy.
Tuesday, 24 January 2017 09:29
Your kids may be ready for the new term but unfortunately, school expenses don’t stop at the uniform and books.
Tuesday, 23 February 2016 09:06
On average, Australians eat around 5kg of chocolate every year*. That’s 30 blocks of Dairy Milk, or 30 Elegant Rabbits if that’s your preference. And if that’s not enough chocolate for you, estimates state that at Easter we increase our weekly consumption by over 50%. Hello, sugar high!
Tuesday, 23 February 2016 09:02
Do your kids think money comes from the ATM? Relax, you’re not alone. In a world where money is becoming more and more invisible, it can be hard for kids to grasp the basic concepts of where money comes from, what you use it for and all the different ways you can ‘spend’, often without any actual cash changing hands. It can also be hard for them to realise that, for most of us, there is a limited amount of money available. So when is the right time to teach your kids about money, and what do they need to know?
Monday, 22 February 2016 15:03
You may already be putting money aside each week to help pay for your kids’ education, first car or wedding, perhaps all three. So why do they need their own savings account? Here are 5 things to consider.
Friday, 09 October 2015 11:26
The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute opened its doors to budding young scientists as part of a partnership with IMB to promote its “When I Grow Up” initiative.
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 10:24
Traditionally allowances or ‘pocket money’ have been a way of teaching children about money, but is this the best way?
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