Encouraging your kids to work and helping them land a job is only the beginning.
Editor Effie Zahos started out as a graduate trainee for one of Australia’s major banks. She moved to TV in 1997, kick-starting her career in finance journalism as head researcher for Channel Nine’s Money Show. A regular finance commentator on TV and radio, she is the author of The Great $20 Adventure.
We’ve ranked everything from ETFs and managed funds to super funds, home loans and phone plans as part of Best of the Best 2018.
ING Australia has put an end to ATM fees globally and dropped its fees for international transactions made overseas or online.
In the market for a new credit card? Cashbacks, Uber discounts and smartphone screen insurance are among a raft of new rewards on offer just in time for Christmas.
Term deposits are paying just 1-3%. These alternatives could double that, but beware the risks.
Our insane appetite for debt and a ridiculously overpriced property market have pushed mortgage arrears to their highest point in five years. Here’s what to do if you’re suffering mortgage stress.
The nation’s unemployment rate has remained steady at 5.6%, but underemployment remains high, according to the Bureau of Statistics. So which careers are likely to see the most job growth over the coming year?
With all the talk about Australia’s growing housing affordability crisis, how much do our kids know about property prices? I visited Canterbury South Public School recently to find out!
One of the first money lessons I learnt was that it’s not what you earn that counts but what you spend. So it’s time to get off the debt treadmill.
Effie Zahos fields a lot of money questions from young Australians, but these are the questions they should be asking.