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A year ago, takeaway food was number one on Australia’s comfort-spending list. If habitual purchases like this are still taking their toll, here are some tips for 2022. Over a 12-month period, Australians forked out a whopping $37 billion (and then some) on comfort spending1. You know, the things you might buy to pass the...
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Welcome to the shortage economy. As we enter into the third year of the pandemic, COVID has truly turned the world upside down. Well over a million Australians have contracted the virus and the impacts on the economy have been numerous and large. None so much as the shortage economy Australia finds itself in right...
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Creating a long term financial plan can pave the road to a strong financial future. A long term financial plan is the process of aligning your financial capacity with your financial goals. It helps you establish your long term financial goals, creates a strategy to reach them, and then tracks your progress toward success. Your...
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NFTs have been circulating in recent headlines, along with words like “blockchain” and “cryptocurrency”. You may have seen them parodied on the U.S. television show Saturday Live or heard them discussed on your favourite podcasts. So what’s all the hype? What’s an NFT What are you actually getting when you buy one What risks are...
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When you're comparing things like insurance, credit cards and home loans, comparison websites can be helpful. But they have limitations and may not cover all your options. What to keep in mind They make money Comparison websites are businesses. They make money in different ways, for example: from sponsored links by showing sponsored links before...
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Whether you're looking to invest in property, renovate or pay off something big, borrowing against the equity in your home may be helpful, if you’re across the risks. The equity in your property can be a valuable resource, as it may allow you to borrow money to achieve your goals, whether they be investment or...
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Written by Tony Kaye, Senior Personal Finance Writer After months in lockdowns and living under tight restrictions, many Australians have gone on a “revenge spending” spree. Revenge spending is the term widely being used to describe how some people are taking out their revenge on the COVID-19 pandemic by spending money on things they haven’t...
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What comes to mind when you think of fitness? For many of us, it's treadmills, weights, or maybe even those dreaded burpees - things that keep our bodies moving and strong. But fitness also applies to our minds, jobs, families, communities, and finances, all of which play important roles in our overall health and well-being....
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There are really only two types of businesses; those that are growing and those that are shrinking, writes Fred Wilson. Many business owners often ask themselves how much faster they may have been able to achieve their success if they had only been better prepared and more aware of the business mistakes they were making...
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Taking your super as a lump sum might be tempting, but it won't be the best option for everyone. You've probably spent much of your working life accumulating super. So, when the time comes and you're able to access it, you might be wondering whether you’d be better off taking the money as a lump...
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