Tag Archives: Save Money
Posted on 01. Apr, 2020 by admin.
Women starting a family benefit most from the government’s low-income super contribution. Women are the biggest recipientsi of the low-income super tax offset (LISTO). The number of females eligible for the tax break increases significantly around the time they start having children. How low income super tax offset (LISTO) works LISTO is a government superannuation payment […]
Posted on 01. Nov, 2019 by admin.
How the move to electronic payments could be making it easier to spend…and what to do about it. It’s Thursday morning and almost the end of the working week. You’re walking to the train station and you realise you’ve forgotten to top up your public transport card. No matter…a few clicks later and you’ve transferred […]
Posted on 01. Sep, 2019 by admin.
Did you know there are 293 ways to make change for a US dollar, but only 50 for an Australian dollar? Cashiers in America must have jumped for joy when debit cards became the rage. Is your bank taking you for a ride? We all have our own methods of saving money. Some are strict […]
Posted on 24. Jun, 2015 by admin.
Make sure you know what you can claim and how to boost your super Is it that time of the year already? The end of the financial year is fast approaching and that means getting all your paperwork ready for your 2014-15 tax return. 5 tax deductions you might not be aware of You’re […]
Posted on 23. Feb, 2015 by admin.
It’s not easy to be thrifty in our consumer society. We’re surrounded by so much temptation that it can be difficult to avoid spending money. So why not try taking a break from spending? If you can tighten your belt on the little things, it can help ensure you have enough for the odd […]
Posted on 08. Sep, 2011 by admin.
Life in your 50s can be great. You have made a dent in that huge mortgage, the kids have probably grown up and are not dependent on you, your career may be at its peak, so what is next financially?
Posted on 08. Aug, 2011 by admin.
Did you make a financial News Year’s resolution last year that you haven’t gotten around to yet? The great news is, you have a second chance! 1 July 2011 marks the start of the 2011/12 financial year and you still have a chance to fulfil on last financial year’s promises.