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2 Money Truths to take into 2022

One of my favourite writers, Neghar Fonooni, says of new year milestones: "Time is cosmic and ... cannot be measured and shrunk down into carefully crafted calendars". And I am totally here for this. I've had years that began delightfully... Continue Reading →

Money hacks, investing and property: 3 free webinars for you

Over the past few months I have happily combined two of my favourite things: talking and finance! If you've missed these webinars, I thought I'd give them a plug here - with a special shout-out to my Sydney-based Fierce Girls... Continue Reading →

Investing 101 Webinar: Recording available

Everything you wanted to know about getting started with investing! No jargon, just a chat with friends. Click here to access the recording.

Why debt is the new black – and what you need to know about it

Always read the fine print. That’s what I thought when I saw an ad for a ‘savings’ product recently. “1% on your savings. Are you kidding?” it asked. This product could offer you 3%, not the meagre 1% so many... Continue Reading →

Feeling FOMO? Thinking YOLO? Why Gamestop is an investment distraction

If you didn't invest in Gamestop, are you missing out? Than answer is no.

Kick your fears to the curb: how to start investing

Scared to start investing? Here's how to overcome your fears

My three wishes for your finances in 2021

New year's resolutions. We like to make them, but we love to break them. And after the dumpster-fire that was 2020, who even has the energy to reinvent themselves for a new year? So I am not going to add... Continue Reading →

Lower than Britney’s jeans: what interest rate cuts mean for you

If the sharemarket was a 20-something girl, it would be pre-drinking Breezers and doing its makeup right now. It's just getting warmed up, I reckon.

Thinking about property investment? Read this first

There are always people who enjoy predicting doom and gloom for the property sector. This time, though, they may have some valid points. This pandemic shutdown has created a drop in demand for rentals,  reduced some renters' ability to pay,... Continue Reading →

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