The First Home Saver Account is a good scheme that can be used better! The MoneyGeek has simple tips to get the most from the First Home Saver Account. Find how you can get the co-contribution twice, find the best interest rate and also how to work out if putting your savings in FHSA will give you a lower after tax rate.
How do you differentiate between an asset or liability? A key to building wealth is knowing what makes an asset and how a liability costs you money! Our guide to assets and liabilities might surprise you – not all common items should be considered assets!
The Australian summer is hot! Before you crank up your air-conditioner while your lonely fan is hidden away in the cupboard, find out how much your air conditioner costs you! Fans can be effective and when teamed up with your air con, you can save thousands!
Saving money like a professional MoneyGeek? There are always more ways to save! Our third installment is a little more wacky, but more money saving to be had!
The end of financial year is coming! Read our top end of financial year tips to help you get the most of benefits available – you may even save tax too!
The Federal Government has released the 2013/14 Federal Budget with a number of measures proposed in an attempt to increase government revenue to bring federal finances back to surplus in …
Building wealth is not easy and professional Financial Advice can assist you and your family meet future financial goals! There are a range of benefits of financial advice – if you can’t derive a benefit from a Financial Adviser a lack of money may not be the real issue. Read more on how to get a benefit from proper advice.
Saving for a house and you don’t have a First Home Saver Account? Are you crazy? Unless you can save a deposit within 4 years, you should look at if you can save more by using the First Home Saver Account and receive a contribution from the Government. Want to know more..
How are you positioned for the end of Financial Year? With four weeks left until the end of the 2012 financial year and a raft of changes due to start …