Women Talking Money
Women Talking Money #4 - Anne Lytle
Our guest contributor, Aaron Foo, provides us with his second blog on investing - and the six questions to work out if you’re investment ready… check it out!
There were 76 recommendations from the Banking Royal Commission in a report known as the Hayne Report. We explore the report’s recommendations, without the jargon, in summary. The government has said it will act on all 76.
Guest blogger Aaron Foo provides his first post on Investing and why it is an important part of financial fitness.
When I reflected on 2018 there are six tips I would love to share, three for aspiring startup founders and three to get financially fit.
Learn more about micro-investing from the experts. Co-Founder Shiraj from FirstStep talks gives me some general advice!
“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes” - Benjamin Franklin. Let’s cover one in this blog post.
What is micro-investing and why I chose to get into it (general advice only!)
What rate are they talking about? Out of cycle from what? What does it mean for you?
In an increasingly digital world, teaching kids the value of money & financially empowering them is becoming more challenging. Here are three things I do with my five year old son to help empower him.
Babies are expensive - up to $13,000 in the first year (experts estimate). So what are some of the things you can do before the baby is born and also afterwards to financially prepare for becoming a parent?
If there were such a thing as bad debt, credit card and personal loan debt would be considered bad debt. With over 2 million Australians in bad debt, it’s important to know how to get out of it. I share a couple tried and tested strategies.
What are the different savings accounts?
What should I ask when choosing one?
Learn the lingo of savings accounts in this blog!
"Not having enough money" is a fear many of you share. How can we help?
How much can you afford to spend on a new home or property? What do you need to have in savings (upfront) and afford to spend ongoing?
Here are six ways to help you get your finances sorted in your 30’s and start making decisions with your money
Bitcoin has seen a crazy rise from 1 USD since 2011 - but what is a bitcoin and why is it's technology so important?
There are so many different types of home loans it can get confusing. We introduce you to some important home loan terminology to help make this big decision of "which home loan is right for me?" a little easier.
Overwhelmingly, the answer was "YES"
Learn the lingo when it comes to all things superannuation - by our guest blogger Map My Plan.
Want to get your super sorted? Bryanna from FFT shares with us her top tips.
What is the deal with high interest savings accounts - what are their benefits & disadvantages? A blog from Map My Plan…
If you are interested in investing, you should start with this blog - by our guest bloggers, Map My Plan.
Managed fund - what is it, what does it invest in - what is the deal? Kate C from HTM shares with us her blog.
Another investment type, a bond, is explained by our guest blogger Kate from How to Money
If you own a share, or a stock in the US, you own a small piece of a company… Kate from How to Money helps us learn the lingo when it comes to shares
Take steps to get financially fit
Register for this program if you want to achieve a financial goal
This goal may be a car, holiday, kids' education, emergency fund or even a home.
F-Empowered provides structure, guidance and support to save up $1,000 (if you are out of debt) for an investment of $50 (which you'll make back in the first 'workout')
For 21 days (the time it takes to form a habit), F-Empowered will get you on your way to $1k:
(a) understanding your money situation and how this compares with benchmarks
(b) establishing a saving habit (without even thinking about it)- with extra workouts to get you there faster and conversation guides where you need them
(c) asking questions and bouncing ideas off an experience financial expert (who can provide general advice & factual information)