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As the year begins to end, and the amount of events and parties begin to multiply, the next few months can be overwhelming on your budget. Whether you are planning the events or just attending them, there is a cost that comes with this time of year –if…

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#savingmoney   #budget   #cashback   #money  With living costs rising, and household budgets being put under more pressure. Do you seem to find it hard to get ahead? Well you are not the only one. For many Australian family just buying food every week seems to push the family stress levels higher.…

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                    How To Get A Pay Rise Without Asking Your Boss? Sounds great, but that’s not possible you say. Well did you realize that over $4billion dollars every year is paid to banks, brokers, insurance agents and financial planners? But how does…

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#savingmoney   #savingenergy   #family   With household budgets under pressure, this is a way to help reduce your energy costs. Share your best energy saving idea.

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  The Wedding Planner; not just about the Vows Wedding planning can become a stressful time for a lot of newly engaged couples. When discussing a wedding idea, often a wedding budget is placed out of mind until it is to late. Running into debt for your…

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The Silly Season – Decoded #christmas   #savingmoney  

The Silly Season – Decoded. As the year begins to end, and the amount of events and parties begin to multiply, the next few months can be overwhelming. Whether you are planning the events or just attending them, there is a cost that comes with this time…

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#wedding   #financialplanning   #howmuchdoesitcost  
Did you know the average cost of a Wedding in Australia is $36,200. Would you, or did you spend this much on your wedding? How much is enough?
https://www.moneysmart.gov.au/managing-your-money/budgeting/simple-ways-to-save-money/how-much-can-a-wedding-cost
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#savingmoney   #makingmoney  
Test drive. . . . a new website!

We are definitely in a world that is ruled with technology. Nowadays companies and organisations focus on the appearance of their company on a virtual side. 

The technical elements behind websites and blogs can sometimes have glitches, so many companies pay to have members test out the website for around $10-$20 for around 30 minuets of work. You don’t have to have an in-depth understanding of websites and the intricate workings of the set-up. More often then not they want to record your natural reaction to the setup and layout of the website. 
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