Nearly half of Gen Y say now is the time to start thinking about super, according to surprising new research.
University graduate, Matt, has made a little bit of money at his first full-time job. How should he spend it – save, invest or pay-off his HECS/HELP debts?
The latest research shows that fees have jumped 64% in the decade to 2017, outstripping the rise in inflation by two-and-a-half times. How much will your kids’ education cost?
New research shows two-thirds of parents are stressed about back-to-school shopping. Here are our tips to save money while getting ready for the new school year.
Uni student Thomas has invested $95,000. Should he save for a deposit on an investment property or continue with shares?
University degrees are still a required prerequisite for many jobs but the key is to mix study with experience.
Back-to-school? Here are five simple money-saving tips that your bank account will appreciate, especially after being slugged by the cost of Christmas.
Foreign exchange can be a rewarding experience, boosting kids’ confidence and developing their judgement skills. But it’s not cheap.
HELP is getting expensive, with total doubtful debt – loans that are not expected to be repaid – likely to be as high as $13 billion by 2017.
Here are the findings of the latest ANZ Survey of Adult Financial Literacy in Australia.