Change your relationship with money, take stock of your current financial situation and help prepare your family for what may lie ahead.
Making important financial decisions in your 20s will allow you to set yourself up well for the future.
The new COVID-19 early release superannuation scheme is now in effect. Read on to learn about what to consider before withdrawing.
We've broken down the key things you need to know about claiming home office tax deductions this financial year.
While saving money is always important, it's even more so in 2020. Here's some tips on how to navigate the current sea of economic uncertain
Created by Hani Motoko, the first female journalist in Japan, the Kakeibo budget relies on manual budget tracking and journaling to help you
The 50/30/20 budget rule is a great saving system for beginners that combines flexibility with simplicity.
Ready to take that big life decision & purchase your first property?
Learn how to protect yourself, spot the warning signs & what to do if you fall victim to fraud.
Learn how ratings can affect interest rates & your application chances.
Get some tips before you visit the dealership
Attending weddings can be expensive. We've put together some easy tips to help you save.
Learn how opting to renovate rather instead of selling can save you a sizeable chunk of cash in the long run.
Discover just some of the many reasons why you should take regular holidays below.
The Silly Season can hit your wallet hard. We've put together a few budgeting tips to help you avoid the February financial hangover.
They may look like they offer the same thing, but don’t be fooled - payday loans and personal loans are quite different.
Start planning your big solo trip with our tips for traveling abroad alone!
Personal Loans are increasingly being used to pay for IVF treatment.
Here's what you should consider before committing to a personal loan for your home renovation.
Moving house can be expensive and your money may be better spent renovating you current home - we've done the maths for you.
We’ve put in some legwork to help get you prepared for the big clean.
Some of us are liberal spenders while others are more careful. Whatever your approach, there’s always a better way to manage your finances.
Use these simple travel hacks to help save time and money while on the road!
Our relationship with money changes as we grow older, and so should our money goals and milestones. Find out what some common ones are.
Raising children means wanting the best future for them. How and when can we educate the children in our life on money and how it works?
Having a wedding can be expensive, attending a wedding can be too. What makes attending a wedding so expensive?
In moderation, impulse shopping can breathe fresh air into a the routine. Here are 5 simple hacks for keeping your impulses under control.
A quick search online will show you that the average wedding is costing couples in excess of $65,000! Ouch!
Multiple credit cards, personal loans or other types of debt with fees and payment dates can trip us up easily. But there are other options!
It’s the classic dilemma for home-owners after a few years of living in a place that you love. What's worth renovating and what's not?
Happiness arises out of actions, so what gets in the way of crossing things off the list? Here are a few ways to help you get it done.
From athlete to para-athlete, Marty Jackson has had to deal with some major life changes and financial burdens. Read his story today.
As a retired IT consultant and no stranger to disruptive technologies, Brian was looking for a new investment to balance out his portfolio.
There’s a number that summarises your entire financial history. It’s called a credit score and if you haven’t seen yours yet, you should!
Our research has revealed that the average to-do-list for each Australian has 21 tasks on it. So how can we tackle our to-do list?
Procrastination gets in the way of our pursuit of goals and makes us feel worse in the process. How do you know if you're a procrastinator?
One of the easiest and most affordable ways to update the look of your home is with paint. But it's a bit more complicated than it seems...
Looking for something to do around the house? Here are five home reno projects you can do over the weekend.
There are a lot of ways to make your home more weather-tight to save some of your hard earned cash. Find out a few easy was to prepare.
Sometimes when we budget for gifts, we forget all of the occasions we enjoy giving gifts. So we offer a few tips on how best to budget.
Trying to deal with finances jointly within a relationship can be a massive headache, so how do we talk about it within a relationship?
Mozo Director Kirsty Lamont talks about some of the ways travellers can book that dream trip and pay for it in a way that fits the budget.
Here’s a few ways to understand if debt consolidation may be the right choice for you and your current financial situation.
So this is the year you’re hosting the holiday party; this year it’s on you to entertain. How do you do it without spending a small fortune?
A good holiday is about getting some time to relax, unwind, and do what you want. So how do we get the most out of what we budget?
As cheerful as the silly season may get, for many of us it’s stressful, as most of the time we end up with a lot of unplanned spending.
Home renovations are projects that can go from a $50 polish of the bathroom to a we-need-to-replace-everything months long trial by fire.
When you start holiday planning, sit down and think about what you want from your trip in order to help fix your budget. Read on for more.
Regardless of how simple or complex your tax is, the average Australian gets a tax return of $2,574. So what to do with it?
If you’ve already got a good repayment routine but still feel a step behind, you might just need a few financial tweaks to get debt-free.
Buying your very own home is a large, thrilling step into a new phase of life. If you’re a little lost on where to start, don’t worry!
If you’re thinking of refinancing your home loan, here are some factors that could help ease the decision.
Responsible lending is a concept in the finance industry, ensuring lenders only offer you a loan if it suits your needs and circumstances.
A balance transfer card can be a smart way to consolidate debt from multiple credit cards but only if you know what you’re signing up for.
The start of the school year can be majorly expensive, so we've pulled together ways to spend a bit smarter for your kid's education.
Here’s what you should know about comparison sites before buying in on their advice, as they won't always lead you to the best deal.
We share some shocking statistics about how much Australians spend in the Christmas season, so it may be worth figuring out a budget!
While the best things in Europe are free, budget is important. European travel can be easier and less expensive than you ever thought.
Here’s a list of six things to consider before entering into any agreements including car loans, courtesy of ASIC’s Moneysmart.gov.au.
We've put together a few tips and tricks to help you save a bit of money on your wedding so you can enjoy your big day with less worry!
You’ve finally found the dream house and moved in. Here are a few tips and tricks to get your house just the way you want it.
As an owner-occupier, you stand to gain the most from upping the sustainability factor of your home and garden. Read on for a few ideas.
With the right improvements and design choices, you can turn a tiny interior into a cosy dream home. Read on for our thoughts.
Debt Consolidation is where you take out one loan to pay off others, whether that’s two or more credit cards, other personal loans or a mix.
Find out about what comprehensive credit reporting in Australia means for you and your credit report.
Our research found that just over 40% of us take the step of committing actions to make our dreams happen. How do we get started?
So, you have your credit score and it’s not looking as pristine as you thought. Here’s 5 easy steps to help you move towards a better credit
The possibilities are endless for improving your property; see the renovations that stand to give you the best returns on your investment.
Consumer finance covers a multitude of different types of loans and products, so we thought we’d put together to help you make your choice.
No money to spend on home decorating? Here are our top tips on how to get creative and decorate your home on a next-to-nothing budget.