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Everything you need to know about switching to the NBN
You’ve probably heard about the National Broadband Network (NBN), if only because of the endless political arguments about it. But...
Aussie men aren't so rugged after all when it comes to grooming
Remember the days when male grooming meant a shave, deodorant and perhaps a splash of Old Spice if you were...
Meals on Wheels customers get last-minute relief from big price hike
Meals on Wheels customers have been given a reprieve from further prices hikes, after the federal government came through with...
The ATO robot phone scam that's so bad it's laughable
We’re all annoyed by the scam phone calls that regularly come through on the home phone, usually interrupting your dinner...
The four-point checklist to help you get the best broadband deal
How long does it take you to reach boiling point when your PC fails to load? If you’re like a...
Watchdog considers crackdown on timeshare sharks after complaints
Australia’s securities watchdog is reviewing whether consumers need better protection from timeshare companies, after complaints that some use high-pressure sales...
Government announces latest 6-monthly increase to the Age Pension
Pensioners will get an extra $6.10 per fortnight for singles and $4.60 per person for couples from September. The Department...
Aussies are shirking the multi-thousand dollar cost of funerals
Women are more organised than men when it comes to planning their funerals, but Aussies generally are not very organised...
PM's top execs got 13% wage hike, while pensioners made do with 4%
The top executives in Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s office enjoyed pay rises of up to 13 per cent a year...
New data shows frightening reliance on 'The Bank of Mum and Dad'
When Boomers were young, a first home was bought for anywhere between $10,000 and $50,000, getting a homeowner on the...
Major Equifax security breach, millions of customer details stolen
The personal details of 143 million Americans are at risk after a massive security breach at credit-reporting agency Equifax. Equifax,...
Five tips that can shave up to 30% off your energy bill
Winter may be almost behind us, and warmer weather on the horizon, but households will receive a nasty reminder of...
The hidden cost of a do-it-yourself will kit
Australians are increasingly using cheap online kits to prepare their wills but a leading wills and estate planning law firm...
Let's talk: Do you still trust your bank?
It used to be that trusting your bank was a no-brainer. But amid damning money laundering allegations against the Commonwealth...
Regulator sets its sights on superannuation industry
If you’ve been confused about the fees and charges you’re billed for your superannuation fund, the Australian Securities and Investment...
Petrol's the cheapest it's been in 15 years. Yes, really!
The cost of fuel is something that is often on our minds. We check the boards as we drive past...
How to get the most out of your rewards credit card
Credit cards reward programs are fast losing popularity, with more than half of Australians admitting they’re not longer interested after...
How you can avoid paying road tolls
A Sydney man has come out to share the way he avoids paying his road tolls. In a story that...
The real cost of bank loyalty revealed
If you have all your money with one bank, you could be missing out on cost savings. While it may...
The reason Australians have more personal debt than ever
As many of us know, there are different types of debt – some can be classified as “good” like a...
Finally some good news about superannuation, for now anyway
In uncharacteristic fashion, the federal government has committed to making no further tax changes to superannuation after the bevy of...
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