Financial therapy could help with money struggles

Financial therapy or counselling is a practice that looks at our relationship with money and the psychological, behavioural or cognitive beliefs we have around it.

Retirement Planning

Economic impact of COVID: The group hit hardest

Fitted for Work, an organisation committed to women’s financial and social security, worries that systemic issues exacerbated by COVID-19 are disproportionately affecting women.

Legal & General

What happens when you default on a mortgage?

A mortgage is one of life’s biggest commitments, and like any big commitment, breaking it can have serious consequences.


Revealed: Postcodes where people had the most financial complaints

The Australian Financial Complaints Authority has released its latest complaint statistics, revealing the companies most complained about and where people had the most problems.

Finance News

Six ways to save on your electricity bill

Are you paying too much for your electricity? Here are six strategies that will make a big difference to upcoming bills.

Finance News

Analysts predict 60 per cent decline in super funds

The pace of mergers in the super sector will continue to rise over the next two years and the coming decade will see a 60 per cent fall in the number of funds, according to a KPMG report.


Canberra announces plan to employ more older Australians

The ACT government announces an age-friendly plan, which values the contributions and employment of older Australians, to support Canberra’s development.


What happens to you online when you die?

Dealing with the death of a loved one is never easy, and knowing how to quickly deactivate their online accounts can save you from a lot of unnecessary pain.

Banking & Investment

Set and forget … are you paying for services you don’t use?

The rise of online subscription services means more people are using direct debit services, but these types of payments make it easy to forget about them when you no longer use the service.

Banking & Investment

How to choose a credit card that fits your spending and save

Credit cards are a convenient way to pay for things, but that convenience can come at a cost.

Credit Cards

Are you too smart to be scammed? Take this test to find out

Australians set to lose a record amount to scams in 2019, with older Australians most susceptible.


Explained: Public trustees and your finances

A single full Age Pensioner who needs help with financial matters would pay around $780 a year for public trustee services – that’s 3.3 per cent of a $23,600 yearly pension.

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