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April 4

Bad Financial Habits You Should Stop Teaching Your Kids Now

Posted by on April 4, 2017 at 8:44 AM

Kids are very impressionable and parents have a great responsibility in showing them the correct way to do things in life. There is one problem however, and that can be sometimes we don’t know they are looking up to us on certain aspects of our daily lives.

Bad Financial Habits You Should Stop Teaching Your Kids Now

Scientific studies show that kids as young as seven years old have already formed money habits, so it is never too early to begin setting an example. Today we are going to cover some of the money habits you should be aware of that may be teaching your kids bad ideologies.

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March 10

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Home Office Improvements

Posted by on March 10, 2017 at 8:33 AM

Those of you who work from home within your home-office may be missing out on vital ways to improve your workspace, both from a storage capacity / layout point of view and from a money saving aspect. The hack videos that we look at today will help you improve your workspace cost effectively and its space efficiency.

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Home Office Improvements

We look at ways to enable you to work more efficiently during those busy periods, how you can implement instant improvements to make your experience more bearable and how a little bit of DIY can greatly enhance both the image and organisation of your home office.

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October 25

Stop Amazon’s Recommendation Algorithm from Ripping You Off

Posted by on October 25, 2016 at 8:07 AM

Amazon across the world has built a reputation providing an engine to buy cheap, reliable products from a vast array of suppliers. The company delivers three million packages per day across the globe but something fishy is going on with their pricing algorithm. The website advertises that it shows you the cheapest deal when you search for a product, but lately deal hunters have seen that this isn’t necessarily the case.

Stop Amazons Recommendation Algorithm from Ripping You Off

A new study suggests that the algorithm may be slightly skewed in favour of showing products from Amazon partners rather than simply the best deal available. ProPublica, a public interest journalism not-for-profit foundation conducted the analysis and found that simply relying on the Amazon buy box would cost you more money.

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August 3

Money Skills You Should Learn in Your Twenties

Posted by on August 3, 2016 at 8:43 AM

The twenties are a time of experimentation with both life and especially money as we become more independent and learn the role it plays in our life. Amidst all the learning and new experiences, financial goals can seem something for old people and therefore nothing to worry about. However, learning how to save money and manage it in your twenties can vastly improve your financial health later down the line.

Money Skills You Should Learn in Your Twenties

 

Money at no point in a person’s life should be neglected, the thought of dealing with it later on in life is something that can potentially ruin personal financial wealth. The following money tips will teach you the basics of how to deal with money ideally within your twenties, but also at any stage in your life. Find out more about how money management will help you utilise your earnings to their maximum potential.

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May 23

How Australians save Money: Interesting Facts

Posted by on May 23, 2016 at 8:42 AM

How Australians save Money: Interesting Facts

 

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May 18

The 2016 Federal Budget: Lower Income Families to Be Worse off Financially

Posted by on May 18, 2016 at 8:09 AM

The new Federal Budget doesn’t carry good news for the poorest families in Australia, with most of them being worse off once all budget measures come into full affect. The Australian National University’s research on social sciences revealed that the changes to family payments, childcare, taxation, tobacco excise and superannuation will be felt most by the poorer families.

The 2016 Federal Budget: Lower Income Families to Be Worse off Financially

Dr Ben Phillips, a reporter revealed that 40% of lower income families will be impacted the most after all changes of the new budget come into motion and by 2018-2019, with the poorest families becoming $1,407 worse off per year. The biggest impact is brought by the removal of the tax benefit part A and B, which is roughly $480 per year. This is quite surprising for a government who claims they are consistently fair.

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May 7

Australian Money: How It’s Made plus Fun Facts

Posted by on May 7, 2016 at 8:36 AM

Australian Money: How Its Made plus Fun Facts

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