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Would you like to make charitable donations, but don’t have spare cash in your budget? There is a solution. Clicking for charity is an easy and free way to make a donation. All it costs is your time (and you’ll need access to the internet of course).
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At MyBudget, we often see couples who have debt-hangover from their wedding, which is certainly not the ideal start to a marriage. It’s time, therefore, to replace the popular notion of the perfect wedding with nuptials that are perfectly affordable.
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What's your language of love? Saying 'I love you' this Valentine's Day doesn't have to mean buying gifts. Non-material ways of showing that you care may actually mean more to your loved one. 
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Love is free, right? Not according to Bride To Be magazine. Their annual survey has found that the average cost of a wedding in Australia is now over $54,000, and nearly half of all bridal couples go into debt to pay for their big day. Find out where all that matrimonial money is going and see how your wedding budget compares.
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Did you know that Australians spent over $800 million dollars on Valentine’s Day last year? That’s a lot of flowers and chocolates. The same amount of money would buy a week’s supply of groceries for more than three million families. That’s why this month’s video blog is all about finding more meaningful, less expensive ways to say “I love you” on Valentine’s Day.
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Haha these are great ideas. Last year I found out how much roses cost! You wouldnt believe how much I spent for 10 roses! I love the apron idea in the kitchen.. But lucky for me I'm not in a relationship soooo I'll just put on my own apron and cook myself the best meal ever!☺️😘
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In the decade before the Global Financial Crisis, personal savings in Australia had fallen to an all-time low. But the tide has turned. Recent studies show that Aussies are reducing debt and starting to save again. Find out what Australians are saving for and where they stash their cash.
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When you’re drowning in credit card debt, a 0% balance transfer can feel like a lifeline. And sometimes it is. But there are also lots of people who find themselves even deeper in debt and stress as a result. So where can things go wrong?

1. You fail to pay off the balance before the 0% period ends...

2. You make purchases on your new card...

3. You break the rules...

4. You keep using your old card...

5. You have a new card with old habits...
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March is just around the corner and it’s the month when Australia comes alive with festivals and concerts. There’s much to look forward to, so let’s talk about the importance of budgeting for fun. Big financial goals are important, but it’s great to have smaller goals in your budget, too. Fun stuff—like budgeting for a concert ticket or a night out with friends—provides a sense of achievement while you chip away at your long-term goals. 
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And checking out Adelaide Kids website to find out free and cheap family friendly events :-) 
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With the recent drop in interest rates, many Aussies may be looking to refinance or even purchase a new home. But home loans can be confusing. So here’s a handy translation guide to demystify home loan terminology and explain what the banks are talking about.
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The gentleman's guide to saving for an engagement ring without her knowing...

With so many couples living together and having joint finances before marriage, it takes a secret service agent to save for an engagement ring. Can you complete the mission without your girlfriend blowing your cover?
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They say that the only thing constant in life is change. How true. Yet, while it’s impossible to predict the future, it is possible to safeguard your finances against some of life’s more common risks. That’s where insurance comes in by providing an extra safety net for you and your family should things not go to plan.

So, how do you choose the right insurance for you? Here are some pointers.
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You can save a bundle at the supermarket just by buying cheaper cuts of meat and turning them into delicious meals through slow cooking. We asked our blog readers to contribute their favourite recipes and we’ve selected a few to share. Remember, you don't need a fancy electric slow cooker to make these recipes. A heavy-based, oven-proof pot or dish with a well-fitting lid will work equally well.
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MyBudget - Australia's personal budgeting specialists. Improving lifestyles since 1999.
Introduction

MyBudget helps people take control of their finances and manage personal debt. We do this by designing tailored money management solutions that suit your priorities and lifestyle. With MyBudget’s help you can beat debt once and for all, achieve your financial goals and look forward to your future with excitement.

Are you stressed about your financial situation? People approach MyBudget for many reasons. Some are seeking a better alternative to debt consolidation. Others want to stop living week-to-week and learn how to save money.

Since 1999, MyBudget has helped almost 40,000 Australians get on top of their finances. With our help you can achieve lifelong financial fitness. More importantly, MyBudget can eliminate your stress and worry right now.

Visit the MyBudget website to see how we can help you: www.mybudget.com.au

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