Did you miss this week’s Facebook Live session with David Koch? Watch the segment now as he gives a rundown on this week’s economic updates and answers questions from his audience on Facebook. Questions answered this week: I set up a fundraiser using one of my own bank accounts for a Wildlife Feeding Group that I also…

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Looking to buy your first home but don’t know where to start? The key is to make sure the home you buy is the one you can afford. Here are seven steps to take to make sure you’re on the right track: 1. CHECK YOUR CREDIT SCORE AND LOOK AT YOUR CASH FLOW Knowledge is…

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So, you’ve packed away the Christmas tree, put away the good silverware and finally taken the time to think about where you are headed financially for 2020. If, like many at this time of year, you find yourself with no savings, a credit card debt and no idea where your money is going, then Chartered…

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The new year is a great time. An exciting time. So much enthusiasm. It seems like anything is possible. But over the last few years, I’ve been watching closely, and have noticed there are some common differences between those that followed through with their new year’s resolutions and got the results they wanted and those…

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Hey gang, get up to speed on this week’s financial trends with my market updates. Aussies Are Still Not Very Positive Following on from what I was saying last week, Aussies are not getting any more positive. The latest research shows we need a swift kick up the backside to get us optimistic and spending more…

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I’m sure you’ve heard how important it is to budget, spend less than you earn and steer clear of bad debts like credit cards. But there are also some lesser know financial blunders to watch out for which, left unnoticed, could cause you significant problems down the track. Here are the five financial mistakes you didn’t know you…

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So you’re completely flat out yet have cash flow problems and never seem to have money in the bank. Where are you going wrong? Kelly Exeter has a few ideas (from experience). Seven years ago my graphic and web design business was growing at a mad rate. My three staff and I were all ‘head…

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New data shows half of us are regularly tapping into our emergency savings for non-essential expenses like holidays or nights out.  If that’s you… it’s time to put the brakes on and start refilling the coffers. Here are five ways to rebuild your emergency fund: 1. Use unexpected windfalls Have a plan to make sure it…

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You’ve got your body in shape for summer, but what about your money? If you’re looking for a fitness program for your finances, join Kochie’s Money Makeover today and get $20 off the price of the course.   The Money Makeover is an online course designed to help you take control of your finances once…

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Lots of people worried about how they’ll pay for their retirement may not realise they already have a substantial nest egg they’ve simply misplaced. New Australian Taxation Office (ATO) data reveals more than $20.8 billion worth of superannuation sits in lost or unclaimed accounts. The ATO is keen to reunite people with their money and has…

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A few years of stellar returns has convinced many people that investing in property is a sure thing....

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How are your parents’ finances?

It’s a funny thing when you realise that your parents are old. It makes you reflect on their...

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Make Money Fast

7 ways to make extra money… fast   Everyone has a moment of financial desperation. An unexpected big...

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