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Energy Saving Infographic

Energy Saving Infographic

EnergyAustralia have created a cool new infographic with illustrates how much you could save on your energy bill if you turn your appliances off at the wall,

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What you need to know about Planning Your Estate

What you need to know about Planning Your Estate

Benjamin Franklin once said, “There are only two things that are certain in life: Death and Taxes.” Death and taxes are both uncomfortable topics for most people, but they are both important topics to talk about, especially in relation to each other.

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How to Buy a Car on a Tight Family Budget

How to Buy a Car on a Tight Family Budget

In today’s economy, it can be hard to fit a new car into a tight family budget. You’ve got bills, a mortgage or rent, groceries and all those unforeseeable expenses that come with having a family.

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Life Insurance 101: Is it worth the monthly payment?

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Life Insurance 101: Is it worth the monthly payment?

When your budget is tight, every penny makes a big difference. Some people use this excuse to justify not paying for life insurance. While the expense may seem unnecessary when you are just trying to get by, having a low income is all the more reason to invest in life insurance.

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