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Learning From the Ant: A Money Lesson

By: Alex Cook

Have you heard of Aesop’s fable about the grasshopper and the ant? The grasshopper was hopping about, chirping and singing to its heart’s content one summer day when an ant passed by. Read more

7 Ways to Multiply Your Business

By: Alex Cook

If you’re in business, you want it to do well right? I love to see businesses grow, but better still I prefer to see them multiply! Read more

15 Tips to Improve Your Cash Flow Immediately

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By: Alex Cook

Handy Hints to improve Cash Flow

There are many ways you can improve your cash flow. For this to work it needs to be as ‘automated’ and ‘systemised’ as possible. Furthermore key people in the organisation must ‘own’ their role in improving cash flow. It needs to be a clear responsibility of the relevant people within your business. Read more

What a Good Budget Looks Like

By: Alex Cook

28 “Suppose one of you wants to build a tower. Won’t you first sit down and estimate the cost to see if you have enough money to complete it? Read more

Should You Borrow to Buy a Car?

By: Alex Cook

For most people, a car is considered the second biggest expense after housing. This four-wheeled product of human ingenuity has become a sure-fire status symbol and a consistent part of every working adult’s wish list. Read more

An Eternal Perspective On Money

By: Alex Cook

In this day and age we are bombarded by choice, never before have we had so many choices about what we can do and what we can spend our money on. Read more

His Old-School Advice is Freeing a Generation From Debt. Meet Money Guru, Dave Ramsey

By: Laura Bennett

If you’re struggling to see how you’ll ever afford that dream home or education, or how you will ever get out of debt, Dave Ramsey’s advice – in high demand with millennials and boomers alike – could give you the hope you need. Read more

How to Build Financial Resilience in a Crisis – 7 Expert Tips From a Debt Coach

By: Stuart Sampson

I am a planner. That’s why I keep a diary. A diary gives me an idea of what to expect, a sense of control. Read more

Millennials and the Quest for the Great Australian Dream

By: McCrindle

Breaking into the housing market is a hot topic amongst today’s younger generations with many bemoaning the skyrocketing house prices, rising cost of living and low wage growth. So is Generation Y better or worse off than their parents’ generation? Read more

Australia’s Income and Wealth Distribution

By: McCrindle

The average household annual income is $116,584 and the national average household net wealth has tipped the million-dollar mark for the first time at $1,022,200, according to the ABS’ latest Survey of Income and Housing (2017-18).
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