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3 useful things to help you win the war on adulting

I've been adulting hard in 2019. I  finished a bathroom renovation and I got my car registered. Ok, maybe my dad took the car for a service and inspection, but I most definitely did the paperwork. Anyway it got me... Continue Reading →

The single biggest risk to your money is probably not what you think

There is one thing that can change your financial path forever, and it's not betting on the share market. It's not entering the Gucci store. It's not even buying a house. It's walking down the aisle. When you get hitched... Continue Reading →

New year, new you: how to up your game this financial year

If I ran a fitness blog, I'd have to wait til January 1 to share good intentions and resolutions with you. Luckily for me, this is a finance blog and I can do it now. It also requires no activewear... Continue Reading →

If financial planners are greedy, dishonest or stupid, who should we trust?

That's a big call, I know. But it's what the Royal Commission (RC) into financial services seems to be suggesting. Not all financial planners, just the ones who've been blowtorched by bad-arse special counsel Rowena Orr, affectionately  nicknamed 'Shock-and-Orr' by... Continue Reading →

Four things rich people do … that you can too

There’s a section in my favourite gossip mag, ‘Celebs – they’re just like us’, where photos like Reese Witherspoon hauling groceries to her car make us feel good - as though there’s not much separating our humble lives from theirs.... Continue Reading →

We’re all going to die – so let’s just talk about it here, then move on

That's quite the dramatic headline, I know. But unless you're a vampire like R-Patts, it's true. And if I said 'hey girls, come over here and chat about life insurance for a moment', you'd be about as excited as I... Continue Reading →

3 ways the world is trying to make you poor

A lady called Jackie used to enjoy making me poor. Sure, she was one of the nicest women you could meet - a sweet, friendly mother of a young son. But she fed my addiction. Every three weeks, I gave her an hour of... Continue Reading →

Hamlet explains: what is a F.U.F and why do you need one?

Sorry I've been a bit quiet, Fierce Girls. I have been in that particular hell they call 'moving home'. And not just moving, also setting up a new home. Buying whitegoods, picking internet providers, assembling Ikea furniture - the lot.... Continue Reading →

Just do one thing: A Fierce Girl Action Plan – Part I

Money is tricky. Debt is distressing. Saving is hard. And so the easiest thing to do is not think about those things. Sort them out another day. Leave them to your responsible future self. Unfortunately that future self has all... Continue Reading →

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