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A quick guide to super for the smashed avo generation

We all want to have plenty of money to do the things we like and not have to worry, but sadly more than 50% of Australians spend what they earn or more than what they earn. What is even more alarming is that means the majority are essentially broke ... More
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Acorns: easy way to grow your savings or expensive trap?

1. What is it? Raiz Invest (formerly Acorns Grow Australia) is a micro-investing product that lets you invest virtual "chump change" in a diversified portfolio of exchange traded funds (ETFs) listed on the ASX using an app on your mobile phone or the ... More
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10 tips for managing your super in your 20s

Retirement can seem so far away when you're young, but now is the time to whip your super into shape. Here's what you should be doing with your super in your 20s 1. Choose a single fund For any job you've ever had you are likely to have ... More
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Ask Paul: I'm 22 and about to inherit $300,000

Helen: I am 22 and at university studying dentistry, and will graduate in three years. I am confident about getting a secure job with a good income (the average for Aussie graduate dentists is around $90,000 a year, I was told) when I graduate. I am ... More
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'Millennials want a dream home now - not in 20 years'

When I bought my first home way back in the late 1980s, I didn't care that it was a ramshackle place, I just wanted to get my foot on the property ladder. Now you hardly ever hear the term 'property ladder', and millennials want their dream family home ... More
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How 'invisible money' could be killing your budget

Netflix charges, online shopping and recurring direct debits are draining the bank accounts of young Aussies, who are losing the battle against "invisible money". "Invisible money powers the sharing economy - it's the money that third-party providers ... More
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Young Aussies in the dark on super balances

You're never too young to start thinking about super. In fact, the earlier you start the bigger the difference you will see at retirement. Did you know that for a young person $1000 invested in a super account now will equal about $4000 in today's ... More
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