You know I'm a big fan of saving. Whether it's saving a few dollars at the supermarket, putting away thousands in a bank account or saving for retirement, I very much condone it as a concept. But saving does have... Continue Reading →
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 →
It's been a rough few weeks for women. Stories of rape in Parliament House. Allegations that one of our most senior politicians is a rapist. Our Prime Minister proving himself to be cowardly in his response and lacking in empathy... Continue Reading →
If you didn't invest in Gamestop, are you missing out? Than answer is no.
Scared to start investing? Here's how to overcome your fears
Think back to January this year. It feels like forever ago. We hugged profusely, touched carelessly and crammed ourselves against strangers in trains, buses and nightclubs. Ewwww. I always get reflective around this time of year, and usually post something... Continue Reading →
Is it a good idea to use a mortgage broker for a new home loan or to refinance an existing one? This article looks at the answer.