how to plan an awesome trip to India on a tight budget

How to budget for an awesome trip to India on a tight budget

This is a guest post by Rohit Agarwal for TransIndia Travels.   One of the least expensive places you can visit on a serious budget is India. India is a country of a thousand colours. Vivid, alive, and beautiful, the country has sights for everyone.   Even with the tightest of budgets, a trip to […]

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how much do you need to earn to comfortably afford a house

How much do you need to earn to comfortably afford a house?

This is a guest post by Ellen Orton for OpenAgent.   It’s no news that being able to afford a house in Australia is difficult, especially if you’re trying to do it alone. Although the market has cooled down substantially over the past year or so, you still need to earn a substantial amount if […]

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first home buyers

5 common pitfalls for first home buyers (and how to avoid them)

This is a guest post written by Jessica Davis.   Years, potentially decades, of savings and you’ve achieved the dream of owning your own home. You are on cloud nine and you can’t wait to reenact that scene from Risky Business in the privacy of your own home. We encourage new home owners to celebrate […]

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Can you make freelancing work?

Can You Make Freelancing Work?

This is a guest post written by Jon Dela Cruz for iCompareFX.com.   A study carried out by Upwork showed that more than 55% of freelancers in Australia got on this path out of choice, mainly because of the freedom and flexibility it offers.   Around 70% of those surveyed said they earned more within […]

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Self managed super fund

Benefits Of A Self Managed Super Fund

Generally speaking, Australians have an ‘out of sight, out of mind’ attitude towards superannuation and the management of their funds. Currently only 42% of the population are aware of their super fund balance, with young Australians further behind at 37%.There are many different types of super funds and portfolios available. One of the lesser known options that is worth researching is a self managed super fund.

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How much can you earn from Airbnb in Australia?

How much can you earn from Airbnb in Australia?

This is a guest post by James Pointon for Open Agent.   There are many reasons why you might be interested in becoming an Airbnb host. Whether you’re looking for more financial freedom or you want to meet new people from around the world, Airbnb is a great option for many Australians. You have the […]

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Guest post interview Australian Personal Finance Blog

I Guest Posted: Beginner to Blogger – Personal Finance For Beginners

Every so often, I have the privilege of guest posting or undertaking an interview on another Personal Finance site.   A while back, I did an interview for Personal Finance For Beginners’ Beginner To Blogger Interview Series.    Below are a few snippets from this interview. Read on for the link to the full interview […]

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8 ways to save money on heating and cooling

8 Ways To Save Money On Heating And Cooling Your Home

This is a guest post by James Pointon for Open Agent.   Heating and cooling can take up a large chunk of your energy bill, so finding ways to minimise these costs can save you a lot of money. As an added benefit, if you ever decide to sell your property, some of these methods […]

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Automate your finances and save time and money

10 Ways to Automate your Finances — And Save Time and Money

This is a guest post written by Melissa Glidden for givingassistant.org.   Working toward financial freedom doesn’t have to be stressful. We’re now living in an age, where technology can help make managing money quick and easy. Just pick up any smart device or browse the web and you can connect with hundreds of apps or websites […]

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Guest post interview Australian Personal Finance Blog

I Guest Posted: Career vs Side Hustle – Rockstar Finance

Every so often, I have the privilege of guest posting or undertaking an interview on another Personal Finance site.    A while back, I wrote a guest post for Rockstar Finance’s Money Match-up series. These posts are where two Personal Finance bloggers argue opposite sides of a topic.   Below are a few snippets from this […]

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