Across the nation something scary is happening to household savings. They’re dwindling.
Saving money doesn’t have to be hard work – it can even be fun. Here are six pain-free and fun challenges to kickstart your savings.
With health insurance premiums set to rise on April 1, it’s time to review your policy to make sure you’re getting value for money.
Thought interest rates on savings accounts couldn’t go lower? The big four banks have proved us all wrong. But you don’t need to take it lying down.
The “money buckets” method of budgeting means breaking down large expenses like Christmas and school fees into regular savings deposits.
Running out of ideas to keep the kids entertained these school holidays? Check out this list of 20 free activities, from beaches to books.
The rules for the shopping ban seemed simple. For the next year, I wouldn’t buy new clothes, shoes, books, magazines, electronics, or anything for around the house.
Micro investing is turning mobile phones into investment tools, enabling you to get a stake in shares, property and fixed income with your small change.