Larissa Zhang, University of New South Wales Actuarial Studies student, submitted the scholarship-winning essay, answering the question "should financial literacy be taught in schools? Why or why not?"
Are exorbitant power bills killing your buzz? Rather than relying on your credit card or savings account to pay your electricity provider, consider changing your power consumption.
With the cash rate at record lows, we look at what you can do to maximise your returns.
If you’ve been putting off checking your credit score in fear of an average rating, you could be making common mistakes that are detrimental to your credit history. Worse, you are missing a valuable opportunity to improve your score.
Ever wanted to pay your bill with emojis? The New Payments Platform is slowly rolling out across Australia, and it’s going to revolutionise the way we bank.
NAB has become the first big four bank to introduce comprehensive credit reporting.
Australia has some amazing capital cities – stunning Sydney, vibrant Melbourne, charming Hobart, tropical Darwin. But the superb regional destinations often fly under the radar.
If you’re one of the millions of Australians who rely on childcare, it’s important to understand what the federal government’s New Child Care Package offers when it becomes effective on July 2 this year.
Summer in Australia can be tough, doubly so when you’re hit with a surprise heatwave. When the temperature starts climbing towards 40°C and up, staying cool and well-hydrated is a must.
Forget a new gym membership – here’s a list of New Year’s Resolutions that will trim the fat from your finances and boost your savings for the new year.
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