Five Questions That Will Save You Money

Five Questions That Will Save You Money

Sometimes knowing the right questions to ask is all you need to do to improve things in your life.
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  • Six Thoughts Help The Rich Grow Richer

    01:23' 10-01-2018

    Six Thoughts Help The Rich Grow Richer

    Bank accounts are not the only thing that distinguish the rich from the poor. More importantly, the richest and most successful people tend to think differently.

  • Tap-and-go Fees Should Be Lower

    19:43' 11-12-2017

    Tap-and-go Fees Should Be Lower

    The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman has supported a recommendation for banks to reduce “tap and go” transaction fees.

  • Home Loan Help In Any Language

    16:53' 16-11-2017

    Home Loan Help In Any Language

    Working out the details of getting a mortgage is difficult enough, but it becomes a lot harder if there is a language barrier. Now an online mortgage broking marketplace, HashChing, has launched a new feature to overcome the problem.

  • Lower Power Bills Up To The Consumer

    18:26' 23-10-2017

    Lower Power Bills Up To The Consumer

    The Government has put forward a plan to abandon the Clean Energy Target (CET) and instead adopt a National Energy Guarantee (NEG).

  • Seniors Prefer To Spend Savings On Themselves

    19:36' 12-10-2017

    Seniors Prefer To Spend Savings On Themselves

    A new survey has found that todays seniors do not think passing money on to their children is a high priority. Many would rather spend their savings on travel or future aged care needs.

  • Bank Account For Babies Attracts The Wrong Interest

    19:32' 12-10-2017

    Bank Account For Babies Attracts The Wrong Interest

    People expecting a baby devote their thought to the babys welfare and future. It may therefore seem attractive when a large bank offers a special savings account for their new child.

  • Strategies That Help People Get Richer

    18:45' 27-09-2017

    Strategies That Help People Get Richer

    Rich people do not waste time fixing their weaknesses, but focus only on their strengths, working harder than others.

  • Buy Now Pay Later Not Without Risk

    18:27' 27-09-2017

    Buy Now Pay Later Not Without Risk

    Many shoppers traditionally take advantage of the “layby” service offered by many stores, where you pay for a purchase over time, and take the purchase home after the last payment.

  • Simple Ways To Cut Your Living Costs

    18:40' 21-09-2017

    Simple Ways To Cut Your Living Costs

    Recently Seniors Online gave some suggestions to help older people keep down their power bills. However, the tips apply just the same to any family household.

  • Credit Card Charges Are Under Control

    18:30' 14-09-2017

    Credit Card Charges Are Under Control

    The Federal Government has banned excessive card surcharging for all businesses from 1 September, as part of the governments approach to delivering fairer financial services for Australians.

  • Most People Still Lie To Get A Mortgage

    20:17' 13-09-2017

    Most People Still Lie To Get A Mortgage

    Investment bank UBS claims that as many as a third of all mortgages are “liar loans”, based on false or inaccurate information. This is an increase on previous findings.

  • Households Spend Most On The Basics

    20:05' 13-09-2017

    Households Spend Most On The Basics

    Data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) show that close to 60% of weekly household spending is on basic essentials such as housing, food, energy, health care and transport.

  • Super Fees Will Be Easier To Understand

    19:29' 31-08-2017

    Super Fees Will Be Easier To Understand

    From the end of September there will be significant changes to the way superannuation and managed investment funds disclose the fees and charges that affect consumers.

  • Teaching Kids Money Skills Begins At Home

    19:39' 30-08-2017

    Teaching Kids Money Skills Begins At Home

    Often, by the time people have left school and begun work, their weak knowledge of money skills leads them to make poor decisions, or no decisions at all.

  • Online Credit Card Fraud Growing All The Time

    14:47' 17-08-2017

    Online Credit Card Fraud Growing All The Time

    A report released this month by the Australian Payments Network (APN) shows that nearly one in a hundred online credit card transactions are fraudulent.

  • Energy Efficiency Program Saves Households Plenty

    14:12' 01-08-2017

    Energy Efficiency Program Saves Households Plenty

    The Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET) program, now renamed Victorian Energy Upgrades, has saved householders and businesses more than $400 million on their energy bills already this year.

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