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  • Tuesday, 29th October 2013
  • Credit ratings warning

    It's a warning for all Aussie residents. Utilities, credit cards or insurance - it doesn't matter what it is, if you've ever missed paying a bill the consequences can be dramatic.
  • Thursday, 17th October 2013
  • Senior discount hidden gems

    They're the benefits saving Aussie seniors hundreds of dollars. But while there are a lot of subsidies, deals and discounts available many still go unnoticed and unused. Now, A Current Affair uncovers some hidden gems.
  • Monday, 14th October 2013
  • Consolidating super without spending a cent

    If you've had more than a couple of jobs in your lifetime there's a strong chance there's some superannuation cash out there with your name on it. Here's how you can get it without spending a cent.
  • Friday, 9th August 2013
  • Power bill cash back

    Saving money off your power bill simply by shopping? This new loyalty scheme claims it really is that easy. But how does it work?
  • Thursday, 1st August 2013
  • Life savings gone

    She's the trusting grandma and lollypop lady fleeced of her life savings by a smooth talking agent. Now, Lyn Wylie is fighting to save what little she has left.
  • Friday, 26th July 2013
  • Pensioner poverty

    Many Australian pensioners are living on the poverty line. They're struggling to pay bills and put food on the table.
  • Monday, 1st July 2013
  • Spend and save

    When it comes to credit cards we have our heads buried in the sand. We're paying too much interest and we don't even realise it. So here's how you can spend and still save.
  • Thursday, 27th June 2013
  • Second chance

    How many times have you scratched a ticket only to win a couple of dollars or nothing at all? It turns out there's still a way to win thanks to the little publicised, but big paying, second chance draws.
  • Friday, 21st June 2013
  • DIY savings

    Thanks to the DIY boom, Aussies are now falling in love with their homes all over again. Whether it's a simple paint job or a brand new bathroom, there are stacks of ways to save.
  • Thursday, 13th June 2013
  • Cleaning costs

    When it comes to cutting household costs, Cath Armstrong knows how to do it. The self-described cheapskate says we’re paying too much to clean our homes and this is how you can save.

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