Aussies losing billions to ‘lazy tax’

A new report shows that Australians are losing billions of dollars each year by sticking with their current service providers.


Five ways to reduce computing costs

If you’re living on a fixed income, the cost of operating a computer and internet connection can quickly burn through your budget. But our tips will help keep the costs down.

Health news

How to save money and eat well

They say preparation may be the key to saving whilst shopping, but our ten tips will save you even more money and still satisfy your tummy at the table.

Finance News

Cut electricity and water costs

Electricity and water are the two largest expenses of any household. With a little forward planning, you can drastically reduce your household costs.


Dining out on the cheap

Eating out is a great way to enjoy good company over good food, but it can be costly. Why not take a look at these tips to make dining out more affordable?

Banking & Investment

How to get the best bank deal

Even if you only have a few years left to pay out a mortgage or personal loan, switching lenders can save you a considerable amount of money. So, how do you get the best deal?

Finance News

Save on petrol

With petrol prices continually fluctuating, minimising what you spend can save you quite a lot of money. Find out how to save money and minimise your fuel consumption.


Money saving travel apps

Clever Apps are making travel more accessible and affordable, but with so many on the market, which ones are worth downloading?

Credit Cards

Budget friendly saving tips

Living on a fixed income usually means watching every cent you spend. We have five ridiculously simple money saving tips to help your money go further.


Home help: White vinegar

Don't spend money on expensive cleaning products. Discover 10 ways white vinegar can help you around the home, from getting rid of smells to removing mould and rescuing boiled eggs.

Finance News

Five ways to spend less on your car

Discover five simple money-saving tips to ease the motoring squeeze.

Electricity prices predicted to soar

Electricity prices projected to increase by 14 per cent this financial year

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