It's a new year; the perfect time to make easy changes if you're looking to save more money than you did last year. Start 2019 off on the right foot with these handy tips for life's everyday expenses.
With the New Year fast approaching, a leading financial comparison website reveals the everyday money saving hacks Aussies can make in the new year.
A new study measuring ‘financial consciousness’ revealed a third (29 per cent) of Australians are less confident compared to last year in their ability to retire at 65.
A major national study has revealed that 76 per cent of Australians are concerned about the economic conditions and political landscape both locally and abroad.
A new study measuring ‘financial consciousness’ saw the average Queenslander just scrape a pass, scoring a mediocre 50.6 out of 100.
A new study measuring ‘financial consciousness’ saw Gen Zeds (18 – 24 year olds) achieve the lowest score of all age groups, barely scraping a pass with a mediocre 46 out of 100.
A new study measuring ‘financial consciousness’ saw marked differences in the scores of various age groups within the ‘Boomers’ generation.
A major new national study has revealed that 4.8 million Australians feel little job security, which is mainly caused by concerns about change in the workplace.
A new study measuring ‘financial consciousness’ saw NSW residents gain one of Australia’s highest average marks, despite only scoring 52.4 out of 100, which was just behind ACT’s score of 52.5.
A new national study measuring ‘financial consciousness’ saw the average Aussie just scrape a pass, scoring 51 out of 100, with one third of respondents failing to reach half marks.
If you could go back in time and visit your younger and slightly unwise self, what advice would you give them about money?
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