Seniors Finance

Many Australians are forced to live on a fixed income, either relying on the Age Pension or allocated pension fund payments. Each and every time you watch the television or pick up a newspaper, you’re confronted with the headline that household bills are on the increase. YOURLifeChoices brings you news, tips and information on how to best manage and reduce your costs.

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Seven ways to never pay full price

Seven ways to never pay full price

Our list of cheeky tricks will have you never having to pay full price again.

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Make your car tyres last longer

Make your car tyres last longer

Looking after your car tyres can save you money and improve the driving experience.

50 questions to ask an adviser

50 questions to ask an adviser

YourLifeChoices has 50 useful questions you may wish to ask.

Five sought-after boot sale items

Five sought-after boot sale items

Garage sales and boots sales are great ways to get rid of your clutter.

Start the financial year properly

Start the financial year properly

The new financial year is a good time to get back on track.

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Save your superannuation

Australians on average having four super accounts, this can be a large proportion of your retirement income. Now is the time to consider consolidating your superannuation.

Money milestones

Managing your money doesn’t get any easier as you get older, but there are certain money milestones of which you can take advantage.

What to ask a financial adviser

Starting on the right foot with a financial advisor can help ensure you get the most from your meeting. YOURLifeChoices has 50 useful questions you may wish to ask.