GOALS & CASH MANAGEMENT HUB!
Let’s face it, managing money can be stressful and downright challenging. There’s bills to be paid, food to put on the table, social events to attend, kids expenses to pay for and the list goes on.
This can lead to a cycle of feeling lost, overwhelmed and quite frankly, unhappy. But it doesn’t have to be this way - we’re here to help!
Welcome to our ‘Goals & Cash Management Hub’ which aims to give you simple, easy to follow tips and tricks on how you can best manage your finances. From free online budget calculators, how to guides on ways to save money and other things you should know about building wealth.
FRUGAL FEBRUARY SAVING TIPS
During the month of February, we did Frugal February - changing our habits to save as much money as possible! After the hectic holiday season catching up with friends and family, our wallets typically feel as though they’re shrinking rather than growing.
MYPROSPERITY - THE ONLINE MONEY TOOL!
You’ve decided that you’ve had enough of feeling guilty and completely lost when it comes managing finances, so you’ve decided something needs to change. Congratulations, you’ve just nailed the first step of changing your financial situation. The next step is about forming some ground habits, (not rules) as Frank Hal Crane said,
GET YOUR HANDS ON A FREE BUDGET PLAN!
Did you know that the average Aussie wedding costs $65,000? Mind blown! This is supposed to be the most happiest time in a couple’s life, but the cost of having this special ceremony can quickly dampen the mood. To ensure you stay within budget and you’re not left with a massive bill at the end, we have a free wedding budget calculator for you to download.
BEFORE YOU BUY A NEW CAR, DO YOUR HOMEWORK FIRST!
When it comes to spending my money, my priorities are ridiculous. For example, I wouldn’t think twice about purchasing a brand-new outfit (for every occasion, every weekend) or getting a spray tan.
THE SECRETS OF A SUCCESSFUL SAVER
Everyone saves money differently. Some set aside a percentage of their pay regularly, others use lump sums from bonuses or tax refunds.