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Financial wellbeing tips and guides

On topics from managing your income to setting yourself up for your financial future, here you’ll find guides to help you feel more on top of your money.

Along with our program, these tips, tricks and stories are here to help you along your path to better financial wellbeing.

Save Smarter

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Six ways to save on your grocery shop

How do you keep your grocery costs to a minimum, without ruining what you love about your shopping list? Here are our six top supermarket hacks that can help you save money on groceries.

   

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How to save $10K for a rainy day

A $1,000 financial cushion is good, but a savings goal of $10,000 will help you prepare for any rainy day. These savings hacks are here to help you get there.

  

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5 smart ways to save, no sacrifice needed

Luckily, saving doesn’t have to come with extreme sacrifice. Here are 5 easy ways to reduce your spending and save more money, without cutting anything out of your life.

  

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The snowball effect of compound interest

The earlier you plan to invest in your future, the bigger difference it will make.

 

Spend Carefully

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The art of spending mindfully: A Psychologist’s take

Dr Suzy Green, clinical psychologist and positive psychology expert, takes us through the ins and outs of mindful spending and how we do it.

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Cancel or continue? The subscription clean-up you need

For many, a world without our favourite subscription services is now almost incomprehensible. But not every automatically-billed app or service is worth the cash.

   

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Treat yo’self: How to become your own rewards program

Feeling good doesn’t have to break the bank. Learn how to reward yourself for sticking to your financial goals – a little bit at a time. 

   

Life Hacks

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Is there a right way for couples to combine their income?

You know what they say, couples who finance together.... Have joint accounts? Not always! Here’s three different ways couples manage their money.

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Tax tips: Can I claim my onesie?

What you need to know about tax claims when you’ve been working from home.

   

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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.

 

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One car or two?

The struggle is real, and so are the petrol costs. So can you really afford a second car?

  

Resilience

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The kindness economy: Spreading good in hard times

No matter what the global situation is, there’s one economy that doesn’t have to suffer. And that’s the economy of kindness.

  

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Plan, don’t panic: budgeting in a crisis

We need to take a different approach when we’re budgeting in a crisis. It may mean putting savings goals on the backburner while we’re budget planning until we get to the other side.

  

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The brilliance of resilience: How to build a financial buffer

It’s a crucial part of your financial wellbeing, but how do you actually build financial resilience?

   

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How to spend your rainy day fund (wisely)

Saving for a rainy day isn’t about short burst of sacrifice, but long term saving strategies to develop financial resilience.

Real Voices

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Financial wellbeing: the new wellness kid on the block

TV presenter Liv Phyland’s journey through the ANZ Financial Wellbeing Program to feel the most confident and comfortable financially than ever before.

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My money leaks and how I plugged them to save hundreds

Katie Williams finds financial balance, and more than a few spending leaks, during the ANZ Financial Wellbeing program.

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How to apply fitness goals to your finances

Chris Nayna on setting the right goals whether working on your burpees or your budget.

 


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How I improved my Financial Wellbeing Score in 3 months

Caroline Groth tackles her fears of her finances and debts, learning to use her money better to improve her financial future once and for all.


The information set out above is general in nature and has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs.  Before acting on the information, you should consider whether the information is appropriate for you having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs. By providing this information ANZ does not intend to provide any financial advice or other advice or recommendations.  You should seek independent financial, legal, tax and other relevant advice having regard to your particular circumstances.