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Personal Finance

Are You Treated Fairly in the Workplace? Tell-Tale Signs You’re Not!

If you wonder whether you are treated fairly in your workplace, there is a very good chance that your instincts are letting you know you’re not. Bullying and unfair treatment in the workplace are now all too common, with as many as 25% of employees affected.

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LifestylePersonal Finance

5 Tips for Making University Cheaper

Paying for college is expensive. College prices are continuing to increase. Although university costs average just over $7,000 per year in Australia (significantly lower than the $13, 856 in the United States), the cost can be a lot to handle for college students.

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Personal FinanceTax Information

The ATO promotes technology to meet tax and super obligations

The ATO is laying the groundwork for more individual taxpayers to complete and lodge their returns online.

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InvestingPersonal Finance

Backyard Makeover Ideas on a Budget

Your backyard may seem like one of the most difficult areas of your house to make over, especially if your financial circumstances won’t allow for anything major to be done or purchased. But it can be far easier to refresh your backyard on a budget than you might think.

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Income ManagementPersonal FinanceTax Information

The Benefits of Expanding Your Business

Business expansion is an exciting prospect for any owner, whether it’s a large multinational company or a small startup business. It offers the dream of innovative growth, an expanded client portfolio, and the chance to get your name and products floating further around your region.

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InvestingPersonal Finance

How To Save For A Home Loan!

One of the biggest issues facing the investor today is the problem of a financial portfolio not growing as fast as they want or need them to. Poor financial growth can stunt your future investments.

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LifestylePersonal Finance

Secrets to Spending Less at the Grocery Store

The rising cost of living means everyone’s looking to cut costs where possible – and where better than the grocery store? When it comes to grocery shopping, you can have your cake and eat it too, at a price that doesn’t break the bank. All you need is a little …

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LifestylePersonal Finance

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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InvestingPersonal Finance

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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LifestylePersonal Finance

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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