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Healthy and Wealthy New Year

Following the crazy holiday season, it's easy to be distracted from your financial goals. But this is actually the perfect time to put a few simple plans in place for a positive start to the New Year.

New Year's resolutions have a bad reputation, and for good reason. So let's agree up front that we won't think of financial preparations for the New Year as "resolutions". Instead this is a great opportunity to set things in order, re-group and look back to ensure things are on track, and of course to re-balance and plan for the year ahead. Read more…

Many aspects of financial success are about putting good habits in place early and avoiding traps that can damage your dollar value. Here are our top five traps to avoid.  Read more…

How to Avoid a Financial Binge and Starve

Here are our five tips for breaking bad financial habits this holiday season… and keeping your finances on track all year round.

Like the old tune says, 'it's the most wonderful time of year' – but for many of us, it's also the most expensive. Over one-third of Australians reach for their credit card around Christmas time, racking up an average debt of $1,666.1 So how can you avoid a financial hangover when the New Year rolls around?  Read more…