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What women need to know about deducting work from home expenses

Don’t wait till tax time to pay attention to the changes. The new record-keeping requirements start on 1 March 2023. Here’s what you need to know.

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If hearing, there’s only 5 more weeks till Christmas is raising your anxiety levels – here are 5 tips for creating calm and saving money this year

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The Power of Your Money Story

Your money story is your own deeply personal, financial narrative formed early in childhood from 2 years old and continuing through to your early 20’s.

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How women can build their financial literacy

While we wait for the slow-moving dial of gender financial equality to shift, there are things women can do for themselves to positively impact their financial situation …Hello, financial literacy.

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How to invest in volatile times

Investing a fixed amount of money on a monthly basis is a popular investment strategy called dollar cost averaging. This strategy reduces the chance of investing your money at a bad time, as your money is invested in smaller, regular intervals. Dollar-cost averaging also provides a disciplined way to save for the future, as it gets you in the habit of consistently saving (and investing).

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What is an ETF?

ETFs (exchange-traded funds) are bought and sold on the ASX like any other Australian listed company, however, they are not a business (like BHP, Woolworths or Telstra). They are an investment fund that can invest in various types of investments, with the aim of creating capital growth and income.

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How to manage financial stress and anxiety in the current financial conditions

Price rises, volatile super balances and share markets, commodity shortages, and interest rate rises on mortgages don’t appear to be going away any time soon it appears. According to NAB’S latest Household Financial Stress Index, women, 18-29 years old’s and low-income earners are experiencing the highest levels of financial stress.

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7 Reasons Some Women Overspend (and budgets don't work)

What most people don't know is that emotions play a significant role in how we make, grow, and spend money. If you think using a budget will solve your spending issues, many of you will be sorely disappointed or feel like a financial failure.

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