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How Gen Y can retire with $200,000 more by making two simple changes

No selling, working, or stealing required. The trick is to choose a low-cost super fund and invest in single asset classes.

Note: Please don’t take this as professional advice, or even unprofessional advice. 1,410 more words

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Triumphant Over Debt: I Kandu It!

Discipline is taught. Whether discipline is taught through modeling appropriate behaviors or inappropriate behaviors, it must first be introduced, then reinforced, so it can be learned. 630 more words


How to become a non-resident of Australia for tax purposes on the cheap

Saying you’re a non-resident for tax purposes is as simple as ticking a box. But actually being a non-resident requires a little more thought.

Before we begin, a word of caution. 1,234 more words

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Love and Money: Why Communication is Key

When it comes to money, what’s love got to do with it? Well quite a bit, apparently. Take, for example, the Federal Reserve research reporting that couples with higher credit scores have a better chance at finding love. 1,001 more words

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Why become a non-tax resident of Australia?

As a non-tax resident of Australia, you’ll only pay tax on your Australian-sourced income, pay no capital gains tax on shares and only pay 10% withholding tax on interest – meaning you could significantly reduce your Australian tax bill. 1,267 more words
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Why I Use Cash

I make a budget and follow it. Now, I’m not perfect, and things do come up and change, but for the most part, it works. I have to purposely work at it. 333 more words


How we manage banking to reduce currency exchange fees

For expats that earn and spend money in different currencies, managing banking can be a complicated affair – but it doesn’t have to be.

Expats working abroad are often paid in a currency different to that of their home nation or the country they live in. 1,215 more words

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