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Opening up about money

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Funny thing, money. On the one hand it can get us excited or give us a real sense of achievement (think reaching a savings goal). On the other hand, it’s…

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Ka-Ching! Talking money with kids

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Parents and guardians want to send children out into the world armed with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed but oddly, many of us never talk to them…

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Stay one step ahead of online scams

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Just as the internet continues to surprise us every day, so do online scams and fraudsters. It’s good to stay in the know with the cyber dark arts so you…

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Three reasons why fun should be in your budget

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It’s fair to say that most of us aren’t crazy about budgeting. Even with the latest budgeting apps that aim to make this common sense habit into something easy and…

It’s the getaway you take when a getaway’s out of the question – the staycation.

Staycation: should you stay or should you go now?

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It’s the getaway you take when a getaway’s out of the question – the staycation. Whether it’s venturing out locally and returning each evening, or taking a few nights to…

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My partner doesn’t have super, should I be worried?

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Picture the scene. You’ve moved past the honeymoon period of a new relationship and you think this could finally be the one. You’re starting to think about the medium-term future…

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What assets can you have before losing your pension

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There are many benefits to receiving a pension or even a part pension, but there are limits to what level of income or assets you can have to be eligible….

The search for dividend yield in a low-growth environment

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Investors have faced a low-growth environment with low yield for some time now and this does not appear to be changing anytime soon. Global economic activity is slowing notably, reflecting…

Estate planning

Understanding estate planning

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What is estate planning? If you’ve got people in your life who you love and want to take care of, it’s wise to build an estate plan. This plan, which…

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How to budget for a baby

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With a little bit of planning you should be able to successfully avoid having the joy of starting a family compromised by the financial burden of doing so. Based on…

What happens to my super when I die?

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You may not be aware that how and in what proportions your super is distributed can’t be covered in your will unless you’ve made the necessary arrangements with your super…

Tap money

From bartering to smartphones—how our money habits have evolved

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Ever since King Alyattes of Lydia minted the first coin in 600BC, humanity’s relationship with money has been constantly evolving. Fast forward to more recent developments and mobile banking was…

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