Tag Archives: Savings

Can I go back to work if I’ve already accessed my super?

Posted on 01. Jul, 2021 by .

Generally, you can, but there may be other things to consider. When you access your super at retirement, depending on your age and personal circumstances, your super fund may ask you to sign a declaration stating you intend to never return to work again. However, there could be compelling reasons as to why you might […]

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Why saving is behaving

Posted on 01. Sep, 2019 by .

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 […]

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How to deal with financial stress

Posted on 01. Sep, 2018 by .

© AMP Life Limited. First published January 2018 – nearly 1 in 3 affected Close to one in three Aussies is feeling the pinch financially, with money worries reportedly leading to sleep loss, conflicts in relationships, isolation, as well as a range of other things.1 These were the findings from the inaugural Financial Stress Index, […]

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Five tax deductions to know about

Posted on 01. Aug, 2017 by .

Published by Advant Plus in March 2017 You’re probably well aware you can claim a tax deduction for general work-related expenses. But did you know you may be able to claim If: 1. You take a course or study. You may be able to claim a portion of self-education expenses if it’s related to your […]

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Saving in a material world

Posted on 23. Feb, 2015 by .

  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 […]

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Tips and traps of credit

Posted on 26. Jun, 2014 by .

Starting out with a HECS debt is bad enough, but abusing a credit card can also mean trouble. Admittedly it’s tempting to spend with interest rates at current levels, but most credit cards still have double-digit rates.[1] Of course a card is useful when you don’t have ready cash, but unless you pay off the […]

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Tips and traps of credit

Tips and traps of credit

Posted on 26. Jun, 2014 by .

Starting out with a HECS debt is bad enough, but abusing a credit card can also mean trouble. Admittedly it’s tempting to spend with interest rates at current levels, but most credit cards still have double-digit rates.[1] Of course a card is useful when you don’t have ready cash, but unless you pay off the […]

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