Money Lessons From TV

Streaming services offer valuable money lessons that can make couch time financially productive for Australians. Subscriptions to services such as Foxtel, Netflix, Stan and Amazon Prime Video continue to rise, and 14 million Aussies now have access to some sort of pay-TV. Roy Morgan CEO Michele Levine said these services were an increasingly competitive marketplace... Continue Reading →

Work-Life Balance Tips Scales Towards Success

Flexibility and a decent work-life balance is what most workers want from their employers, according to new research. A survey commissioned by Officeworks, in partnership with The Daily Telegraph, found most small business owners offer flexible working hours to attract staff, while almost a third offer training and development and one in three owners believe in... Continue Reading →

Leakage Spending Putting the Bite on Savings

Smashed avocado, coffee and an addiction to food delivery services are on their way to overtaking smoking as Australia’s biggest budget-draining habits. While smoking rates have dropped 36 per cent since 2001, takeaway dinners and digital subscriptions such as Netflix and Stan are the costly new habits standing in the way of a first home... Continue Reading →

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