The Joyful Frugalista Book Review: Grow Your Cash, Be Savvy With Your Money and Live With Abundance

This post may contain affiliate links.   Serina Bird is not your average middle-aged woman. She is a single-mother of two young boys, recently remarried. A domestic violence survivor. A career woman, award winning writer, blogger, food reviewer, fluid chinese linguist, and lover of life.   Additionally, she is a self-made millionaire; whom has achieved […]

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Financial Freedom Book Review – A Proven Path To All The Money You Will Ever Need

This post may contain affiliate links.   In 2010, at the age of 24, Grant Sabatier woke up one morning and decided to check his bank account. With all of his accounts combined, he had $2.26 to his name. In that moment, he realised he needed to make some changes… Some big changes!   So, […]

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Cash Rewards Review – Australian Cashback App

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclaimer for more information.   One of the great advantages of shopping online these days is access to cashback and rewards apps. These apps allow you to earn a percentage of cashback on purchases you make, such as holidays or simply your groceries.   In the […]

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Acorns AU: Investing made easy (Part 2)

Editor’s note: Acorns AU is now known as Raiz. Any references to Acorns AU throughout this article refer to Raiz.   In my first post about Acorns AU, I outlined how easy it is to start investing with just $5. Additionally, I touched on Acorns AU portfolio options and its round-ups feature.   Today, I’m […]

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Acorns AU investing made easy

Acorns AU: Investing made easy (Part 1)

Editor’s note: Acorns AU is now known as Raiz. Any references to Acorns AU throughout this article refer to Raiz.   Ever thought about investing but haven’t had the know how or spare cash lying around? Looked into the stock market only to find that you need $500-$1000 to open an account? Well, look no further, […]

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