Budgeting during a crisis: Financially surviving COVID-19

Published on: April 29, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us all to some degree. While the impact varies from person to person, health and finances are certainly top of the tree. From a financial perspective, there are numerous areas to consider, for example, job...

How to save without sacrificing the things you love

Published on: March 2, 2020

For the vast majority of us, our financial resources are limited, and we need to be conscious of how we spend our money. So, how do we live the life we want today and still save for the things we...

Life Money Co presents with Murchisons

Published on: February 13, 2020

Today our MD and Senior Financial Planner Adam Faulkner presented with our partner Murchisons Chartered Accountants, talking to business owners about better ways to manage their finances. Interested in discussing your finances? Contact us for a 20 minute free consultation!

Why should you care about super in your 30s?

Published on: February 11, 2020

When you first started out in the workforce (or even at a new job), you most likely would have been given a stack of paperwork to fill in on your first day. Along with your tax file number and bank...

Banking is changing, should you change with it?

Published on: December 18, 2019

2019 has been tough for the banks, and for the financial services industry in general. Off the back of the Royal Commission showcasing practices that didn’t cover the industry in glory, it’s seemed like they’ve stumbled from one PR nightmare...

If we could give you a cheque for $196,000, would it change your behaviour?

Published on: November 26, 2019

$196,000. It’s a lot of money in anyone’s language. For someone on a standard wage, saving that kind of money is going to take a long time. The challenge with saving is that it takes compromise; you’re not always going...