Personal Finance Tips


There’s no better time than the present to get your personal finance in order.
Building wealth certainly doesn’t happen overnight and as much as property investment is key, this all begins with how you manage your money.
These articles offer the best advice from finance industry experts so you can learn how to benefit from long-term monetary strategies.

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More girls save money but boys receive more

Were you a good saver when you were I child. I know I wasn’t, but maybe things have changed? New research from the Roy Morgan Young Australian Survey reveals that nearly 77% of kids aged 6-13 have money saved up . 79% of girls have savings, compared to 75% of boys.  However, boys on average…

How do you protect your assets from litigation?

It’s a sad reality that our society seems to be more litigious than in years gone by. Thankfully, we’re not in the same parlous state as America, but there is a greater chance than before that you could become involved in legal proceedings that threaten your wealth creation efforts. While that might seem like a…

Just This Once!

Things happen.  The car breaks down. The roof springs a leak. We can’t predict these one-time events. But we can predict that something will happen — eventually. Our job is to plan for when eventually happens, and we can do so by setting aside a little money each month to help offset these one-time events….

A Ridiculously Simple Way To Build Wealth

Building wealth is simple.  It doesn’t require luck, genius, or special connections. You don’t have to attend overpriced weekend financial seminars or learn the latest tricks and gimmicks sold by slick marketers. As John Bogle wisely stated, “The secret is there are no secrets.” The truth behind how to build wealth is public domain knowledge,…

Pull Out Your No Shame, No Blame Hat for Better Money Decisions

I’m a huge advocate of the “no shame, no blame” rule when it comes to money. But I think there’s some confusion about how the rule works. It’s not that you won’t feel guilt. It’s also not about avoiding responsibility. Instead, it’s about recognizing the zero-sum game of relying on shame and blame to make better money…

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