Aussies feel the pinch before payday

New research from Xero has revealed one in three workers have less than $100 in their bank account in the days leading up to payday.

NAB finds consumer anxiety on the rise

People’s concern about their future spending and savings rose over the September quarter, according to NAB, but still remains below average.

Can I withdraw my super early to pay off debt?

So you’re in a bit of a pickle and you need money – but the only savings you have are those in your super fund, which we all know you can’t access until you’ve retired. But are there any circumstances where you can withdraw your super early?

Petrol prices set to skyrocket after Saudi Arabia attack?

Global oil prices have surged following attacks on Saudi Arabian oil production, leaving motorists wondering whether it’s a good idea to fill up their car now ahead of an inevitable rise in petrol prices.

ACCC says we’re paying too much for foreign currency services

A report by Australia’s consumer watchdog the ACCC into foreign currency conversion has found Australians are getting ripped off to the tune of millions of dollars, and the big four banks are partly to blame.

How I lost 30kg while saving for and buying a home

When I put down my deposit on an apartment at Sydney Olympic Park two years ago, it was a step towards owning my very first home. What I hadn’t counted on was that gaining a home would lead to me losing nearly 30kg.

Family time tops Dad’s wishlist this Father’s Day

Struggling to pick out a gift for Father’s Day? Don’t fret – new research has revealed nine in ten Aussie Dads put a family experience at the top of their wishlist this Father’s Day.

Nearly half of Australians want financial advice: ASIC

Research by ASIC has revealed the attitudes of Australians towards financial advisers, with 41% of Australians revealing they intend to get personal financial advice in the near future.