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Interest Rates Have Been Cut – What Will You Do With The Money?

Official interest rates have dropped again, and with most financial institutions (including Queenslanders) dropping their rates in step, the question is what will you be doing with the extra money this will likely give you? For a lot of people

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Save $1,000 in September – Day 3 – Pack Lunches From Home

This is part of a series of posts for our Save $1,000 in September campaign, where we show you how to be $1,000 richer in just 30 days. Potential Savings: $100-$200+/month Pack Lunches From Home If you work away from

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Save $1,000 in September – Day 2 – Cook Your Meals At Home

This is part of a series of posts for our Save $1,000 in September campaign, where we show you how to be $1,000 richer in just 30 days. Potential Savings: $50-$200+/month Cook Your Meals At Home Yesterday we talked about

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Save $1,000 In 30 Days – Plan Your Meals

This is part of a series of posts for our Save $1,000 in 30 Days campaign, where we show you how to be $1,000 richer in just 30 days. Potential Savings: $30-$80+/month Plan Your Meals I wanted to kick off

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18 Things You Can Buy In Bulk To Save Yourself Thousands

Buying in bulk is not a new concept, but it is one that is not utilized as effectively as it could by most people. There are two main ways to buy in bulk – you can either buy the larger

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Real Tips For Saving Money From Real People

Saving money is one of those things we all want to do well, but most of us struggle with. In the pursuit of getting some saving tips, I turned to our Fans and Followers on Facebook and Twitter to see

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Emergency Fund – What Is It And How Much Do I Need?

We talk a lot on Personal Money about cutting costs and saving money, and one of the reasons we do this is so that you can start paying down your debt and making a better life for yourself. But what

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Using A Tax Benefit To Save On Private Health

A lot of people worry about cost of private health cover (and I count myself amongst them), but I was having a close look today at how much I pay and something dawned on me – my taxes decrease my

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51 Easy Ways To Save Money

It seems that Australians are saving more than ever these days. Latest estimates put it at around $313 per month. But if you are struggling to save anything due to the rising cost of living or debt pressures, here are

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