We’ll all had people encourage us to save money by telling us that ‘a penny saved is a penny earned’. It turns out they were wrong – but in a good way.
Even if your well-intentioned money-saving New Year’s resolutions didn’t last for as long as you'd hoped, it’s never too late to get serious about saving money.
While there are environmental and economic benefits to solar power, you also need to weigh up the potential downsides.
If you want to open a savings account, you’ll need certain documents to prove your identity.
Whether you’re planning your wedding or you’re about to go on your first date, there are a few questions you need to get out of the way to help determine whether you are compatible and share similar financial priorities.
Whether you’ve got a 9-5 job or you’re a stay-at-home parent, there are a lot of ways you can make money on the side.
If you or your partner have champagne tastes on a beer budget there are many ways you can cut down costs on the big day and still have a dream wedding.
RateCity has compiled a list of five tips and tricks to teach your child great money habits.
If you wish you had more money in your pocket, or stashed away for a rainy day, you’re not alone. Here are a few quick tips to keep in mind to help you save more money every day, even if you don’t have a specific savings goal in mind:
Have you ever wondered what a billionaire does every day? We’ve rounded up five habits of wealthy and successful people that you can adapt into your daily routine.
We’ve put together the following overview to help you better understand these two account types and find one that best suits your needs.
Life is expensive. Housing, food, phone, internet, transport and clothing all cost money. It can be hard to get ahead when the bills never stop.
Whether you’re a budding entrepreneur, an avid investor or just an everyday Aussie who’s looking for money advice, let these money experts inspire you.
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