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How to rentvest your way into the property market

Rentvesting - where a person rents in an area they want to live and buys an investment property in a less expensive suburb - is becoming an established practice. A third of investors are now first-time buyers who have not yet bought their own home ... More
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INVESTING

Getting the most out of super: five tips for your 20s

The absolute last thing on my mind is how my life will be when I'm 70. Just like most people of my generation, I'm more concerned about the "here and now" - all the tangible things I can see in front of me. That said, there comes a time, once ... More
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MY MONEY

Single-item insurance cover targets Gen Y

A new product aims to make insurance more attractive to millennials. Underwritten by Suncorp Bank, the Trov app allows customers to insure single items. A recent World Insurance Report by management consultant Capgemini and information provider Efma ... More
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MY MONEY

How to budget in your 20s

The Gen Y lifestyle can be ?pretty expensive. It all comes down to how much disposable cash you have in your budget and, if you don't have the phone, the clothes, the food or the travel snaps you can start to question your own relevance. The worst ... More
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MY MONEY

Should Gen Y be worried about their future?

Katie Acheson, Australian Youth Affairs Coalition says yes: For the first time in our history, young Australians are experiencing a lower standard of living than their parents. And, unlike their parents, Gen Y does not have the assurance that if they ... More
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MY MONEY

The sharp rise of the Gen Y shareholder

It's not all scrimping, saving and living out of a backpack for gen Y, with new research showing that young adults are quickly becoming keen shareholders. A study from CommSec shows that the level of sharemarket participation for people under 35 has ... More
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MY MONEY

Why my little sister doesn't bother saving money

My little sister doesn't save, based on Mayan end-of-world predictions for 2012. "What's the point? I'll be dead", says Heather. Fair enough, but why not put some aside for an end-of-days blowout? Apparently 1.6 million young Australians (18 to 34) ... More
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Why you shouldn't be in a rush to move out of home

My fellow Gen Yers, this isn't Victorian England, and you needn't move out as soon as you get your first paper round. Sure, the median age, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, for a home-leaver is 20.9 for males and 19.8 for females. But ... More
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MY MONEY

Gen Y: debunking millennial money myths

Acording to new research from the Commonwealth Bank of Australia on Gen Y and money, 92% of respondents were saving to fund future aspirations, and 74% were budgeting daily. Yet alarmingly, according to the CBA data, only 41% knew where to go for reliable ... More
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