Gender pay gap in Australia

Money May Not Have A Gender; But If You’re A Woman, You can Still Expect A Lot Less Of It

In 1893, New Zealand was the first Country to give women the right to vote. The suffrage movement finally had a win; and women’s voting rights, in developed countries, proceeded from that point.   From the Second World War onward, women started to enter the work force in large numbers. However, it was in the […]

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what my childhood taught me about money

The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly: What My Childhood Taught Me About Money

When I was growing up, money wasn’t plentiful. Don’t get me wrong, we always had a roof over our heads and food on the table, but there wasn’t usually much more to spare.   As an adult, my Mum told us that for quite a long period of time when we were young, she would […]

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Is It A Wise Idea To Save Money When You're In Debt?

Is It A Wise Idea To Save Money When You’re In Debt?

This post was written by Stacy Miller from kissyourmoney.com. Stacy’s blog aims to provide real-world advice, tips and tricks to make, spend and save extra money smartly. Conventional wisdom says that you should focus on paying back your creditors when you’re in debt, but is this really the case?   When you’re in debt, saving […]

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