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Should I keep all my money in one bank?

Let’s take a look at some of the common myths of having one bank account and whether they are true or false, as well as some of the benefits of multiple accounts.

Baby Stress: why 1 in 2 Aussie parents worry about money

Footy means big marks, big goals – and big business

Australia’s economy will soon get an injection of several hundred million dollars, with another AFL season about to get underway.

Pet spending around the world

14 fun ways to make money

Laugh & Get Rich Day on February 8 is a day that celebrates the physical and mental healing benefits derived from laughter. How can you laugh and get rich?

A history of money

Should financial literacy be taught in schools?

Larissa Zhang, University of New South Wales Actuarial Studies student, submitted the scholarship-winning essay, answering the question "should financial literacy be taught in schools? Why or why not?"

Appliances that chew through your money

Are exorbitant power bills killing your buzz? Rather than relying on your credit card or savings account to pay your electricity provider, consider changing your power consumption.

Savers struggle to keep their heads above inflation as record low cash rate continues

With the cash rate at record lows, we look at what you can do to maximise your returns.

Why you can't afford to ignore your credit score

If you’ve been putting off checking your credit score in fear of an average rating, you could be making common mistakes that are detrimental to your credit history. Worse, you are missing a valuable opportunity to improve your score.