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.

Tips to banish impulse buys

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Tips to banish impulse buys

Avoiding impulse buys and having more money in your pocket is a great feeling.

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10 terrible spending habits

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10 terrible spending habits

Spending less than you earn sounds easy, but there are traps out there.

Best cars under $30,000

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Best cars under $30,000

Here are some of the best large car buys for the budget conscious shopper.

Can Troy get financial assistance?

Senior man considers his options for financial assistance can centrelink help

Can Troy get financial assistance?

Is there an affordable way to borrow money?

Your money or your health?

Your money or your health?

Your money or your health?

By focusing too much on our retirement income, it’s likely we’ve overlooked a more critical ...

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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.