Tiny houses aren’t a new occurrence; they’ve just became popular. People haven’t always spent 35 years paying off their home.
From checking your smoke alarm to clearing out your gutters, these are the chores you can’t afford to keep putting off.
We all know that queuing up at the bank can be painful. But what if the teller offered you a cappuccino, a comfy chair and a spin on the jukebox?
Sharing a flat is not for the faint-hearted, but renting with others is your most financially viable option in those single years.
My Gen Y little sister doesn’t save, based on Mayan end–of–world predictions for 2012.
The median age for a home-leaver is 20.9 for males and 19.8 for females. But from a financial perspective, moving out at this age this age can be premature.
You can get paid to hand in your old mobiles.
Acording to CBA research on Gen Y and money, 92% of respondents were saving to fund future aspirations, and 74% were budgeting daily.
Fancy being your own financial planner? Sam Henderson’s Financial Planning DIY Guide has the answers.
Grandparents who have primary responsibility for caring for a child may be up for help, including tax benefits or the child care rebate.