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10 ways to teach your kids about money

Don't be surprised (or annoyed) if your kids, especially the younger ones, have zero idea how money works. They rarely see physical money change hands for everyday transactions. We are living in the digital age, after all.


Tips and guides on budgeting

Explore our tips and guides on budgeting to learn about building a budget, the 50-30-20 budget, and much more.


Saving on a budget

Create a simple, efficient budget and savings plan to help you set money aside for the things that are important to you. Our budget tips could help you save money more efficiently.


The 50-30-20 budget

What is the 50-30-20 budget? This percentage based budget concept could be a simple and flexible budget starter.


Creating a budget

How do you create a personal budget, and why is it so important? Dive into the world of budgeting and find budget tips to help you save money and be more financially prepared for the future.

Tips and guides on saving money

Get some helpful money saving tips here. With tips on how to set saving goals, how to save for a house deposit, and everything in between.


Saving money for a house

When you are saving money for a house deposit, every little tactic helps. Here are some money saving tips to help you buy your first home sooner.


Set a savings goal

No matter how big or small, your saving goal will not feel so far away if you know exactly how much you need to save and how you are tracking. 


Tips on how to save money

Want to get closer to your savings goals?  Read on for some handy tips on saving money which could help you start saving today.

Tips and guides on spending habits

Learn about spending habits, buyer's remorse, how to track your spending and more to help you stay on track with your spending. 


Tips on how to beat buyer’s remorse

Also known as: cognitive dissonance in your spending habits. Understanding the psychology behind buyer's remorse could help you to think more carefully before you spend money.



Your Money Report

If you monitor your spending habits, you might come to realize that it is the little things that chip away at your savings. Your Money Report is packed with insights to help you track your spending.


Track your spending

Tips on how to control your spending and create good spending habits by tracking what you spend money on.

Tips and guides on youth and money

When it comes to forming good money habits and managing a healthy relationship with money, generally, the younger we start, the better. Parents, young adults and children alike could benefit from the tips and guides here.


How kids can make money

Melbourne mum of 3 shares her personal thoughts and ideas on teaching kids to make their own money.

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Student banking

Simple banking, because studying is hard enough.


First job

Congratulations! You have landed your first job, which means your first pay is probably on the way too!

More money matters

Read articles on financial wellness, mindful money management and other related topics that could help boost more than your bank balance.


Puppy love: Can you afford a dog?

We think it’s a good idea to paws and think about the responsibilities and cost of owning a dog before you commit to bringing home your new fur baby.


Managing your mental health when it comes to money

Looking after your mental health may come in many shapes and forms. One of them could be mindful money management.


The interest-ing bits about interest rates

The subject of interest rates is not just interest-ing, it is downright fascinating. Really! Here’s what you need to know.

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