Relationships Australia has found that the majority of arguments … and break ups, are linked to money. How unromantic. But there are seven basics you can build together to avoid financial heartbreak. Whether you’re a newly minted (or age-old) couple, here they are, plus a tip for weddings 👰.
Happy 2018! New year, new you … right? We hear you. Jan is a great time to set yourself up for the rest of the year. To hit reset. With money, it’s the perfect opp to start afresh: you could be kicking goals by March, and livin’ it up like Ja Rule by December. (The […]
The idea of going to work events fills many of us with dread. But the work holiday party is the perfect opportunity to practise some skills to pay the bills.
It’s all too easy to blow your paycheck and have no idea where it’s disappeared. But there’s a smart and simple way to plan your income in 3 easy steps.
Planning for retirement? You’re amazing! Not interested? Holla! 👋 We get it. Retirement is this imaginary thing that we can’t really get our heads around. Let’s take a look at what it’ll *really* take to live that post-retirement life you want.
There’s this growing expectation for a quick fix, an easy path. To wealth, to fitness, to life. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but there genuinely isn’t one. Our counsel is to view money and fitness similarly. They take hard work, consideration and patience. And the reward is in the journey, not just the goal.
All the cool kids are doin’ it! By now you might have heard of side hustles, a.k.a side gigs. There are clear benefits from side hustling, and strong economic reasons too. We pull apart six reasons why anyone should consider it, regardless of your current job or skill set.
Pay isn’t the only problem. It’s actually just the start. That’s why it’s so important for us to be on top of our money lives. Read about the other money gaps and how they’re hurting us big time.
All the kids these days are renting a place to call home, but buying a place to rent out. Is it the right move? 🔍 We explore some home truths about property investment, ’cause no one else seems to be telling it like it really is.
We know that buying property is unaffordable for most of us, unless we get a massive windfall. Meanwhile, we’re stuck wondering what the hell we’re supposed to do.¯\_(ツ)_/¯ First step. The way many of us think about housing is upside down. Do you view it as an investment? It’s not.