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What is the additional cost of working from home? We’ve looked at how some of these costs could stack up throughout the month and how they compare around the world.
Find out how much power it takes to illuminate the Eiffel Tower lights and what could be powered from that energy instead. Our list includes mobile phones, televisions, electronic scooters, plus more!
Each new financial year brings changes that could affect your finances. Learn how the 2020-2021 Financial Year could affect your personal household budget.
Discover how the Default Market Offer could save you money on your electricity bill - and why you shouldn't solely rely on this new pricing model to get a great deal.
The end of 2019 is in sight! Stuck for family holiday activity ideas? Check out our budget-friendly holiday guide for inspiration this festive season.
Discover the six benefits of working from home, including lifestyle benefits, savings, tax deductions, plus more.
Climate change is dominating news cycles, but what are the effects of climate change on insurance? Read on to learn more about how you could be affected.
Most Australians consider the Energy Rating Labels important when choosing energy-efficient appliances, but do these appliances affect your energy bills?
Buying a house at auction can be a complicated and stressful experience, so here are our top tips and strategies to help you on your way.
Do you need to use life support machines at home? Learn about how life support affects your electricity bills, why you should inform your provider and the rebates that might be available to you.
City dwellers and country folks unite! Our favourite annual carnival is back, so we’ve compiled a list of saving tips for rides, food, transport and more; so that you can do the Ekka on a budget!
With 1 July just around the corner, Aussies have mere weeks to get informed on upcoming changes that could impact their hip pockets.
Is your energy provider incorrectly charging you too much for your usage? If you think this is the case you’re not alone
In a time where over three-quarters of the goods in our shopping trolleys are made overseas, Aussies are increasingly looking to buy products made at home. So, what are the benefits of buying Australian made?