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9 resolutions for the new financial year (and how to stick to them)

9 resolutions for the new financial year (and how to stick to them)

It’s winter now, and a bit of cosying up with your personal finances is in order as we approach the new financial year.

  • by Jessica Irvine

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No regrets with ‘go-with-the-flow’ approach to money

No regrets with ‘go-with-the-flow’ approach to money

Melanie Smith and her husband decided to bring only one child into the world. The reason is purely financial.

  • by Nina Hendy
Tax-time money saving opportunities beckon
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EOFY

Tax-time money saving opportunities beckon

The end-of-financial-year is looming large and there is a raft of money saving opportunities if you beat the deadline and get in quick.

  • by Joel Gibson
Your complete EOFY checklist (can you tick every one?)
Opinion
EOFY

Your complete EOFY checklist (can you tick every one?)

If your finances are seemingly spiralling out of control, start to turn things around simply by making some lists.

  • by Jessica Irvine
The way we work has changed, and so have our expectations

The way we work has changed, and so have our expectations

COVID-19 has changed the way we work; mostly for the better. However, flexibility and working from home is a double-edged sword, particularly for those just starting out in the workforce.

  • by John Collett
Low vacancy rates mean rental crisis will last
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Renting

Low vacancy rates mean rental crisis will last

Rents are set to keep rising as property investors seek to recoup their higher costs of borrowing.

  • by John Collett
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Take a peek at every single dollar in my household budget for FY 22-23
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Budgeting

Take a peek at every single dollar in my household budget for FY 22-23

I hope that by sharing my 2022-23 household budget numbers, it inspires you to have a good look at your own.

  • by Jessica Irvine
5 things you need to know to maximise your super

5 things you need to know to maximise your super

There has been, and will be, several significant changes to superannuation at the end of this month. You need to be aware of them... and act accordingly.

  • by Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon
Should you convert $A for that planned overseas trip now, or wait?

Should you convert $A for that planned overseas trip now, or wait?

Overseas travel is back on the agenda after the lockdowns of the past two years. Most experts say the Australian dollar will gain against major overseas currencies in the months ahead.

  • by John Collett
‘I rent because I choose to have my money working harder in other places’

‘I rent because I choose to have my money working harder in other places’

Sydneysider Brando Hasick’s dream is to establish a passive income stream – maybe shares that pay good dividends – that will set him up financially later in life.

  • by Nina Hendy
How Gen Z can get more out of their money
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How Gen Z can get more out of their money

With the price of almost everything rising fast, there are things that younger people can do to make their money stretch further and secure a better long-term future.

  • by John Collett