Money Slipping Through Your Fingers?
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Many years ago, I remember getting to the cash register with a trolley load of shopping. I handed over my debit card, and the machine rejected my card.  Oh far out – there wasn’t enough money in the account!  I thought there was more. I had lost track of my income and expenses, and I…

Only You Know If Your Income is Enough
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On and off over the years, I have used a training app called Strava.  It allows you to keep track of your performance on different biking, running and skiing trails. You can even break down overall times into sections or compare your performance over the entire trail. Last year, in an attempt to get back into…

Why I Budget (And Why You Don’t Have To)
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The word “budget” sparks many different emotions. Some people swear by their budget. And others swear they had a budget, though they can’t seem to remember exactly what’s in it or where it’s at. You used to be hard-pressed to find a finance book that didn’t recommend budgeting, but things have changed. Several finance teachers,…

Hey big spender: Sky’s the limit for Australian credit card holders
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Australian households have access to almost $150 billion in credit card debt. This is the highest on record, according to a new analysis of Reserve Bank of Australia figures by creditcardfinder.com.au, Australia’s biggest credit card comparison website. Credit limits rose to $149.16 billion in April 2016 – up $4.6 billion in just 12 months. The…

Do Your Values Align with Your Money & Time?
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I’ve been surprised by a lot of things as a financial adviser.  One of the biggest surprises has ended up playing a critical role in my development: the process of self-examination. It has mattered both professionally and personally, and it should to you too. Yet hardly anyone openly talks about the need to get really…

The top 10 signs you’re bad with money
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Australia’s biggest credit card comparison website, creditcardfinder.com.au* has released it’s list of Top 10 Signs You’re Bad With Money, to help Australians realise their poor spending habits. Spokesperson at creditcardfinder.com.au, Michelle Hutchison said the results showed there were two clear types of bad spenders: the bargain hunters and the self-entitled spenders. “Whether you prefer to…

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