Unfortunately, slotting a handful of gold coins in a piggy bank at the end of the day won’t get you much further than across the road for a coffee. In order to get that South of France tan, you need to know how to budget – and budget well.
Fortunately for you, we’ve put together a list of tips and tricks that’ll get you halfway around the world before you can say ‘Brexit’, simply follow these seven steps.
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Even at the best of times, relationships can be difficult. Although most of us seek true love and that tale of ‘happily ever after’, it’s a total myth that if you find just the right person to spend your life with, you’ll never experience any conflict.
Even if you are with a very special someone who’s really suited to you, it’s never smooth sailing all the time. But there’s something that really can spell troubled waters for many, many couples:
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There are purchases that are really worthwhile, and then there are impulsive purchases that you could’ve done without, like your midnight ASOS order.
Your twenties are a great time to start investing in yourself and that involves quality purchasing decisions. And yes, that probably means spending less time in Kmart.
Here are 10 things that are worth spending money on in your 20s.
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It’s quite difficult now to even remember a time before online shopping. It’s just too easy to hop on Instagram and buy the latest season’s shoes/jacket/jeans/swimwear. So easy that it’s addictive.
If you’re getting a regular ‘fix’ from hitting order on ASOS or Amazon, maybe it’s time to kick the habit to the curb and save your dollars.
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When December swings around, it’s easy to get caught up in the Christmas spirit, but there’s a fine line between feeling festive and feeling like you’ve just broken the bank.
Each year, people all over Australia head into the holiday seasons with mixed feelings of excitement and total and utter fear that they’ll come out the other side with debilitating debt that they’ll be paying off until Easter.
Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be that way.
Here are six tips to help you avoid breaking the bank this holiday season.
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Sometimes it’s not about where you spend your money, but rather how you manage it. While it may pay to be strict about what you can and can’t buy, such as cutting down on your daily Mango Passion Boost Juice so you can save for that new car, it can often be more effective to simply change your approach to spending.
An alternative to cutting specific items out of your budget, is simply changing the way you think about and handle your money.
So, here are five habits you can adopt that make saving money easier.
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It’s one thing to know that you should save a portion of your income, but how much should you actually be saving? Do you still save if you’re paying a mortgage off? Relax, Harry’s got your answers. Continue reading “Ask Harry: How much money should I be saving?”
In an age where one French pastry a week costs more than private health insurance, breakfast for two is steeper than a tank of petrol, and houses in metropolitan Australia cost more than an 84-acre island off Vanuatu, it’s almost impossible for young Australians to save money.
But why are we cracking open our piggy banks five years into our careers, only to find an expired HelloFresh voucher and a few stray bobby pins? Here’s why.
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Finding a place to rent (let alone buy!) in Australia can be competitive and stressful, and sometimes downright exhausting. This week, Harry shares his take on how to budget for your rent. Maybe you can afford to rent out that two-storey townhouse after all!
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