This month we are going back to basics. An overview of the share market and a bit more of a deep dive into residential property prices and the way in which housing affordability has become a problem that regulators need to address. Let us know what you think!
Help with HELPFor most Australians, University is not free. That said, few Australians pay their Uni fees upfront. Most pay them via a loan scheme. This loan must be repaid when your income reaches a certain level. But a question sometimes arises: should you repay the debt sooner? …Read more
The Movie Sucks. Should You Head for the Exit?You have paid $100 for gold class movie tickets. About a third of the way through, you realise that this is the worst film you have ever seen. Do you leave now or do you stay until the bitter end? Your answer might have big implications for your financial future. …Read more
How to Live Life with No RegretsWith half of our country in lockdown, and the other half worried about what is going to come next, this is a good time for some inspiring thinking. In fact, this is a great time to reflect on how we want to remember this time in our lives. …Read more
How to Make Your Money Make You HappyWe came across a wonderful little Ted Talk recently taking about how money can make you happy – provided you spend it right. The key is not what you buy with that money – it is who you buy something for. …Read more