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What Do The Government's New Tax Changes Mean for Me?

23 AUGUST 2021 | IN YOUR MONEY

There have been a lot of announcements from the government around tax deductibility changes for rental properties and brightline test extensions.


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How Much Money Do I Need to Save to Retire?

08 JULY 2021 | IN YOUR MONEY

In this article, you'll learn about the lifestyle options available and how much they cost so you can begin to think about what sort of retirement you want to achieve. Once you’ve retired, you will no longer be earning an active income i.e. physically working for your salary. All income will therefore be passive. 


What is a zero sum budget

What Is a Zero Sum Budget?

14 JULY 2020 | IN YOUR MONEY

Most people hate budgeting, but love having control. They haven’t realized that budgeting is all about having control….just over your money instead of where your partner puts the bowls in the dishwasher. Learn about the most controlling budget of all – the zero sum budget – and how to use it to gain money success.


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Financially Preparing for a Baby

1 OCTOBER 2021 | IN YOUR MONEY

Having a baby is such an exciting life milestone. It can encompass, challenge and grow you as a person, it gives you a completely new set of responsibilities, reshifts your perspective and we don’t need to mention how rewarding it can be, even at the worst of times...


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How Do I Teach My Teens Good Money Habits?

21 JULY 2021 | IN YOUR MONEY

In this article, I talk to Luke, a 16 year old who has just landed his first job working in hospitality. Luke was given a formula by his parents that emphasises the importance of savings from his first job. There is also an emphasis on...


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Should I Pay My Kids For Chores?

11 JUNE 2020 | IN YOUR MONEY | JACQUE ELIAS, DIRECTOR/CEO

Chances are you’re wonder if you should pay your children for chores because of one of three reasons: to reward your kids for their hard work, to give them an incentive to help out or to teach them that working pays.


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