Watch This – Then Go Do Something Worthwhile

No big post from me today – just this video. It doesn’t take much time to watch, but hopefully once you’ve watched it, you will finish the rest of your day off with gusto

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CFD’s vs Forex – What’s the difference?

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between CFD’s and Forex? Did you know there was a difference?Do you know what they both are? First things first then

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Getting Your Car Washed and Cleaned By A Professional

Many of the people I associate with know that I am pretty conservative when it comes to managing my money. I hate wasting it, and I try to equate every single purchase I make into a percentage of my overall after tax income each year (it helps me understand how big of an expense something

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Being Open To Learning – Regardless Of The Teacher

I recently attended a leadership training course through my employer. I didn’t really have any preconceived ideas about what to expect or if I would get anything out of it, so I was happy when I finished the 2 day course and really felt invigorated about the future of not just my team, but me

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House Update – Why I’m So Glad I Got An Independent Inspection

Last week I wrote about why it’s a good thing to get an independent inspection done on your property when building. Today I am going to elaborate on why that’s important

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Independent House Construction Inspections

For those of you who don’t know, when you build a house with a project builder, you have to pay milestone payments as the build progresses. Common payment stages include the slab, the frame and lockup stage

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Are You Prepared For the Unexpected

Something that is regularly promoted in the personal finance space when it comes to paying for the unexpected is having an emergency fund – and it’s a great idea. However, sometimes an emergency fund either isn’t enough, or you might find yourself in a position where you have had multiple things happen within a short

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The Public Vs Private School Debate

Here in Australia the old private versus public school debate is in full swing. I’ve never really had much of an opinion on it in the past, but with my son getting older each and everyday, it’s something that my wife and I are going top have to think about in the years to come

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Getting Serious About Your Finances

Today I am taking part in the 2015 Financial Literacy Awareness Carnival – something that Shannon has been running for a coupe of years now, and something that I feel honored to be invited to participate in

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5 Ways to Make Money Online

The internet has provided a myriad of ways for people to earn money online, whether it’s cash on the side or as a career. So if you’re looking around for a little extra income or to make your home your office, here are five ways to make money online

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The Building Cost No One Thinks About

Building houses isn’t cheap, in fact, it’s downright expensive, and one cost that most people never seem to think about is the existing living expenses coupled with new interest payments which are payable as soon as you draw down on your loan facility

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The Cheapest Thing You’ve Heard Of

Being in the personal finance blogging space, you get to hear about some pretty interesting ways to save money. Most of the time they are all what I would consider good tips/advice, however, recently I was watching the TV and saw some serious tightness in action

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