Planning for your financial future can sometimes seem almost as long and daunting as a marathon. The trick to staying on track is understanding the importance of saving – whether it’s your strength for the race, or your money for the future.
Australians are living longer and this has the potential to reshape the way we have traditionally planned for retirement.
Phil, a 31-year-old IT sales and development manager says “life would be impossible” on anything less than his $300,000 annual income. Earning more than three times the national average, it’s hard to feel sorry for Phil … but his story is more common than you might think.
You work hard to earn a good income, so it’s only natural you want to treat yourself to a few nice things. But before you rush out to invest your hard-earned cash on the latest model 4WD, stop for a moment and consider one thing – how much is that new car really going to cost you?
The 4th of July may have been a national day of celebration for Americans, but they weren’t the only ones kicking up their heels on that particular date this year.
While US citizens were celebrating their constitutional independence, Australian residents were charging their glasses …
Do you ever feel as though you spend half your life in the supermarket? Are you constantly ducking to the shops to pick up something you forgot or realising that, once again, there is nothing in the house for…