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February 14

Money Saving Health Checks to Complete on your Roof

Posted by on February 14, 2017 at 8:28 AM

If you don’t live in a new build then it can pay to check the health of your roof at least once a year for any damages. Global warming has been the result of adverse weather conditions and may cause your roof some damage over time.

Money Saving Health Checks to Complete on your Roof

Today we are going to look at some of the roof checks you can do yourself in efforts to save money on hiring roofing professionals. If you have any stories to share, please feel free to use the comments section at the end of the blog to let us know.

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December 15

Money Saving Christmas Bargains and Shopping Tips

Posted by on December 15, 2016 at 8:44 AM

We are well within the countdown to Christmas and with office parties and kids holidays / parties all kicking in, it can make your money saving activity seem rather fruitless. That’s why we are going to share some money saving tips that you can utilise over the next couple of weeks to ensure you don’t bust the bank account before Christmas.

Money Saving Christmas Bargains and Shopping Tips

If you like to plan further ahead then the following money saving tips will also give you the best chance of starting the new year on the right side of the breadline. Work will generally be quieter for most industries at this time of year too so utilise your free time and keep more money in your wallet with these money saving tips.

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December 14

The Best Value 4K Blu-ray Player in Oz: The Xbox One S

Posted by on December 14, 2016 at 8:12 AM

Christmas is around the corner and those looking to beef up their home cinema system with a new Blu-Ray player may be looking at online discounts and deals, especially as online streaming it becoming more popular. However, you may be leaving some stones unturned because the best value for money Blu-Ray player on the market today in Australia is the Xbox One S.

The Best Value 4K Blu ray Player in Oz: The Xbox One S

The best investment you can make into a piece of Blu-Ray technology today is not a standard player anymore, it’s one that can do much more. An Xbox One S will set you back around $349, and when compared to other devices that can upscale to 4K, it looks like a pretty good deal. Check out our comparison table to find out how much money you could save.

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December 12

How to Avoid a $300 Energy Bill Increase in 2017

Posted by on December 12, 2016 at 8:43 AM

Victoria residents will be well aware of the pending closure of the Hazelwood power station and the aftermath that may result in skyrocketing gas and electricity bills for households. The closure could cost us all an extra $300 per quarter.

How to Avoid a $300 Energy Bill Increase in 2017

That’s on top of AGL Energy increasing prices by 10% already, meaning NSW, Tasmania and Southern Australian will have to find a new provider to replace the cheapest electricity generator the country knew, Hazelwood. These are the money saving options to consider before you begin to panic.

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November 25

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: DIY Home Improvement

Posted by on November 25, 2016 at 8:45 AM

This week’s hack post has been inspired by the closing down sale of DIY hardware store Masters. There is plenty of money saving opportunities to be had if you know what products to look for and with only a few weeks remaining, it’s something we should all be taking advantage of.

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: DIY Home Improvement

If you want to get your house ready for summer but feel it needs a little improvement here and there before you feel proud to have guests over, then the following home DIY hacks will give you that much needed push. The following tips will help you save money rather than spending it on tradesmen.

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September 21

How to Use Money as a Tool, Not Simply as a Goal

Posted by on September 21, 2016 at 8:16 AM

Money is often looked at as a means to an end, “if we have x then we can buy y”, and this often leads to a negative relationship with the currency. If we can’t afford and item then it becomes something that constantly gets in our way. However if you don’t want for much then you may believe saving enough will solve all of our problems, which is never really the case.

How to Use Money as a Tool, Not Simply as a Goal

Money should be looked at as a tool rather than simply a figure to save towards and this can seem easier for people who have plenty of it. But those of us who don’t have so much seem to have so many more money related problems and therefore can fall under the illusion that if you save enough, your problems will be over and its this type of mind-set that can allow money to run your life. So, how can you use your money as a tool to shift your mind-set and help you save money objectively rather than aimlessly?

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June 2

How to Check If a Website You’re Looking to Buy from Is Legit or Not?

Posted by on June 2, 2016 at 8:20 AM

How to Check If a Website Youre Looking to Buy from Is Legit or Not?

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March 8

How Being Disloyal to Telco’s, Insurers and Energy Providers Can save You $7,000

Posted by on March 8, 2016 at 8:07 AM

Loyalty comes at a price so when you find yourself in a long-term relationship with a large company, you need to ask yourself – are you really feeling the love? Often we’re lured into signing up to longterm contracts with telco’s, insurers and energy providers as a result of seemingly too-good-to-say-no discounts on offer for joining (e.g. free phone with 12 month mobile contract). However, the reality is that over time you’re unlikely to be getting good value for money, otherwise these companies wouldn’t be making profits.

How Being Disloyal to Telco’s, Insurers and Energy Providers Can save You $7,000

Once you’ve repaid whatever discounted amount your provider initially gave you, companies hope that you’ll become complacent and not change to another provider. Switching, however, is definitely an excellent way to save money. So in today’s post I’ll show you why you should consider doing this across a range of companies.

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December 5

How Digital Communities and Shopping Online can help you save money this Christmas

Posted by on December 5, 2015 at 8:33 AM

In this modern day and age we use technology for a huge variety of things, but one of the most useful applications is to help us save money. Below you will find four great ways to utilise technology and online shopping to get the lowest prices and best value for money.

How Digital Communities and Shopping Online can help you save money this Christmas

Christmas and saving money don’t usually coincide, but if you could add more value to your purchases then you can infact achieve this. What I’ll demonstrate in this post is which mechanisms will have you instantly saving money and also why sites like Buckscoop are invaluable to the online shopping experience overall.

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