Homes in the designated neighbourhood boundary of some of Melbourne’s popular public primary and secondary schools are securing sale prices of up to $412,500 more than those just outside the zone, according to the latest REIV data.
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Taking cues from Marie Kondo – the organising guru that has become a household name thanks to her Netflix show, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, people around the globe are starting the New Year by practising their folding techniques, sorting through their items using the KonMari method and asking themselves “does this spark joy?”
Banqer is an online financial education platform that helps teachers deliver financial literacy in an engaging and relevent way. The software transforms the classroom into a mini-economy where students transact with one another from their own online bank accounts. From there they experience budgeting, taxes, super, mortgages and much more.
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Help yourself avoid bad investments by doing some basic safety checks before you hand over your money.
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Received a large sum of money? There are smarter ways to use it than treating yourself to a new luxury car or watch.
Tips to keep you and your family safe from cybercrime The internet has changed the way we live – from shopping and banking to connecting with friends and catching up with the news. But now that so many of the activities we do every day are online, it’s become easier for hackers to get access to your personal information.
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Six ways to get the most out of a windfall Received a large sum of money? By taking some practical steps, you can make sure your newfound wealth goes a long way. Research has shown that on average, people who receive an inheritance spend about half of it. So how…
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Five ways to stick to your financial resolutions Setting a financial goal for the New Year? Take steps to make it work. It’s that time of year when we set new goals or dust off old ones. But how can we boost our chances of sticking to our financial resolution?…
Take control of your retirement Are you affected by the increase in the Age Pension’s qualifying age? Take steps now to avoid getting caught short on retirement income. The minimum age to qualify for the Age Pension has started going up. For those born on or after 1 July 1952,…
The five key questions on aged care If you are considering aged care for someone close to you, there are five questions you need to answer. It's a fact of life that many of us will need to one day face the daunting task of seeking aged care for someone…