Getting a part-time job is a rite of passage for many teenagers, but things have changed since you got your first job. Here’s what you need to know.
Deputy editor Maria Bekiaris joined Money in 2001 as a writer/researcher. She writes about personal finance and investing, and has contributed to Australian House & Garden, Good Health, and Mother & Baby.
Chances are any money resolutions you made at the beginning of 2018 have fallen by the wayside. The start of a new financial year is the perfect time to revisit them.
Tempting as it might be to blow your tax refund on a new TV or holiday, here are five things you can do that will see you reap financial rewards for years.
Few rental properties in Australia are advertised as pet friendly, so where does that leave you and your furry or feathered friend?
You open a letter to find that you’ve been done for speeding or running a red light, so what can you do to get out of the fine?
If you were thinking of dumping a losing investment, now could be a good time. Here are some of the issues to consider when deciding if you should sell funds or shares.
Just because a product is out of warranty doesn’t mean you don’t have a case to take it back for repair or replacement if it breaks down.
Brisbane is well placed to take over as the best-performing capital city housing market over the next five years, according to CoreLogic.
If you’re making money from the gig economy and your super is suffering there are a number of ways you can grow your retirement nest egg.
Flipping houses to make a quick profit was big business in the early noughties, but the numbers have dropped.