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11 Mar 2019 15:59

6 top ways to hack your credit card rewards

Written by Renee Olsson

Discover the top credit card reward hacks to get the most out of your budget. You could earn air miles, cash back, or discounts from your everyday spending!

19 Feb 2019 17:14

Can everyday Aussies really retire comfortably?

Written by James McCay

A 2018 report by Melbourne-based Grattan Institute presented findings that seemed too good to be true: those who work can expect to receive 91%1 of their income as their retirement income, which is well above the Organisation for Economic Co-operation...

11 Feb 2019 16:40

Why we should break up with Valentine’s Day

Written by Megan Birot

Whether you're loved-up or single, Valentine's Day is fraught with dangers. For couples, it's the expectation to make it 'special' by splurging on their significant other. For singles, it can feel like a particularity lonely time. So, here's why it's cheaper to break up with Valentine’s Day.

22 Jan 2019 10:47

Top five back-to-school saving hacks

Written by Megan Birot

Procrastinating the back-to-school shop? To help you save time and money, we’ve compiled a list of handy tips and tricks for buying school supplies, including purchasing second-hand items, finding sales, entitlements to government rebates and more! Let’s tick this off your to-do list!

21 Jan 2019 10:56

Top 10 Australia Day essentials for less

Written by James McCay

Australia Day is almost here. To help you get the most out of Australia Day, we've put together a list of our top 10 essentials so you'll be ready to join in the fun without spending too much. Read on to see what our tips are and where to find a good price on some quintessential Australia Day necessities.

21 Jan 2019 10:28

Ways to avoid these top 7 international money transfer mistakes

Written by Compare the Market

Whether you’re sending money to family who live overseas, or you’re an online business owner needing to pay overseas suppliers; Australians are no strangers to international money transfers.But, with 2.4 million Aussies sending money overseas annually, and a fifth sending...

14 Jan 2019 10:42

85% of households to review their finances in 2019 – 77% plan to make changes

Written by Hannah Twiggs

New research has revealed that 85 per cent of Australians will put their energy plans, insurances and credit cards under the microscope in 2019

20 Dec 2018 17:52

25 quick wins you can crush in the New Year

Written by Jared Mullane

Discover 25 quick wins you can crush in 2019. From spending more time outside to reading a book, uncover a range of ways you can improve your wellbeing.

20 Dec 2018 16:42

New Year’s resolutions: dreams versus reality

Written by James McCay

Need help keeping your resolutions, or have you already thrown in the towel? This article is for both the dreamers and the ‘realists’. Let’s find out how we can stick to our resolutions, and why it’s so hard to do in the first place!

22 Nov 2018 11:43

Your complete guide to Black Friday in Australia

Written by Megan Birot

Black Friday is just around the corner and so are bargains! Mark 23 November in your calendar and get prepared for the biggest shopping spree of the year and save with our complete guide to Black Friday Down Under. Plus, see what to look out for when buying online

16 Nov 2018 12:09

Do you feel like the wealthiest in the world?

Written by James McCay

Credit Suisse's Global Wealth Report for 2018 named Australia as having the highest median wealth per adult in the world. Despite this, many Australians believe we are not much better off than our grandparents were. Learn more about how Australians feel when it comes to money and the cost of living.

15 Nov 2018 12:05

How to avoid online scams & fake reviews this silly season

Written by James McCay

The silly season is looming, and recent research showing that more and more Australians are doing their shopping online. Learn what to look out for to avoid being deceived, ripped off or scammed when shopping online.