“Get a complimentary flight”, “earn up to 30,000 bonus points”, “collect two points for every dollar you spend.” These are just some of the deals credit card companies use to get our attention.
MyBudget MoneyTalks Blog
MyBudget MoneyTalks Blog
We’re excited to announce that the Official MyBudget App for clients has been rated 4.7 out of a possible 5 stars since being launched last month. The app has the same functionality as the Members’ Website, with the added convenience of being able to manage your budget on the run from your smartphone or tablet.
Are you expecting a baby in 2017? A major bank is offering your little one its own account with a $200 starting balance. Westpac’s “Bump” initiative coincides with the bank’s 200th birthday and is designed to kick-start positive financial habits. The offer is available to Australian babies born in 2017.
Have you ever been shocked because your power bill was higher than expected? Power bill surprises happen far too often—not because people are careless, but because it’s hard to keep track of how much energy our homes actually use. And by the time the bill arrives, it’s too late to do anything about it. Well, not any longer!
In my last article, I mentioned that my husband Nathan is addicted to the AGL Energy mobile app. In this post, I explain how it works and why Nathan likes it so much.
When my husband and I built a new house last year, we decided to invest in solar panels and we’re glad that we did. We have three adults and three kids living under our roof and despite the new house being bigger and having a swimming pool, our electricity bills are lower than they were at our old place.
What do you want to achieve in 2016? What does your ideal life look like? This month’s video blog is a how-to guide for financial goal setting. If there’s anything at all you want to achieve this year, there’s no better time to start than today, January 1st, 2016.
This month’s video blog is all about celebrating an affordable Christmas and taking time to reflect on your achievements in 2015. Make sure you give yourself credit for all of your successes, big and small. Even if you’ve only just joined MyBudget, that’s a huge achievement in itself.
Your credit report stores information about your debts and repayments – information that creditors use to measure your creditworthiness. Let’s take a closer look at how credit reporting works and the type of information your credit report may contain.