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Should I Continue Saving or Pay Off My Debt?

A common question that gets asked by a lot of people is whether they should pay off their credit card early or continue to save their money. Today I’m going to go over an actual case study of a friend of mine by weighing… Continue Reading “Should I Continue Saving or Pay Off My Debt?”

Cars – How to Buy Smart and Get the Best Deal

Cars can make or break a person’s finances. While most people need reliable cars to get to work, the types of cars that we purchase, the method of purchasing them and the age of the cars can extremely alter the cost-effectiveness of purchasing one.… Continue Reading “Cars – How to Buy Smart and Get the Best Deal”

5 Simple Tips to Save More – The Best Ways to Save Money in Australia

Saving money is something that we all enjoy, it can be the difference between being able to afford that item we desperately want or simply a means of sleeping better at night. However, saving is also something that people for the most part struggle with.… Continue Reading “5 Simple Tips to Save More – The Best Ways to Save Money in Australia”

How to Start Saving Money

Saving money may seem like a simple idea to some, but a 2018 ANZ Health and Wellbeing Survey revealed that 893,000 Australians are struggling to get by, with more than 378,000 Australians having no savings at all. As saving money isn’t covered in the schooling… Continue Reading “How to Start Saving Money”

Oats – The Cheap and Delicious Breakfast Option

One of the cheapest ways to enjoy a healthy breakfast is oatmeal. Now that might sound bland to people who have only had plain oats in the past but today I’m going to share a delicious breakfast recipe that comes in at 75 cents… Continue Reading “Oats – The Cheap and Delicious Breakfast Option”

How to Eat Healthy Dinners for under $2 a serve

Dinners are perhaps one of the easiest things to spend a lot of money on. Think about it, you have just finished work, you’re tired, you want to put your feet up and the last thing that you want to do is slave away… Continue Reading “How to Eat Healthy Dinners for under $2 a serve”

3 Cheap Alternatives to a Gym Membership

Gyms can often make or break a budget because their prices can go anywhere from modest to exponential, depending on the service they offer. Whether you want particular equipment, want to pay more to be around people, pay more to avoid people, require trained… Continue Reading “3 Cheap Alternatives to a Gym Membership”

5 Common Foods That You’re Paying Too Much For

1. Rice Microwaveable rice is extremely convenient, you just throw it into the microwave, wait 30 seconds and presto, you’re good to go. However, the price comes out at about $1.25 for a 125g serve or 1 cent per gram of rice. Alternatively, if… Continue Reading “5 Common Foods That You’re Paying Too Much For”

Tips for Budgeting – The Bulk Buy Approach

Food shopping is something most of us do at least once a week and if you’re anything like me, you have your staple items that you consume on a daily basis. Now this one is mainly applicable to items that have a shelf life… Continue Reading “Tips for Budgeting – The Bulk Buy Approach”