We've been talking about all things sustainable and eco-friendly this month, from investments to upcycling. Living more sustainably can save you a lot of cash, but there are a few traps that many will fall into in the quest for a more eco-friendly life.
There are lots of small, everyday purchases you can make that can help you live a more sustainable (and less expensive life). If you're ready to take it to the next level, and have some cash saved up, here are 6 larger investments you can make that will help you save even more money, and minimise your carbon footprint.
This month is all about sustainability and frugality, and we've covered lots of products you can purchase in place of disposable goods. But the best thing you can do to save money and limit your carbon footprint is to restrict purchases where you can. We have listed a few changes you can make to save the planet and your cash.
Living sustainably can save you money! This month we have covered a list of products you can buy to save money and the environment, and ways to reuse and upcycle what you have before purchasing new items. Today we have compiled a list of easy swaps you can make in your home to look after the planet and your bank balance!
This month we're talking about sustainability and how it can save you money as well as save the planet. Last week we gave you a list of eco-friendly purchases that will save you money, but ultimately the best way to save money and the planet is to reuse items as often as you can!
Sustainability and being more environmentally conscious is becoming a highly talked about topic, and people are starting to think about the environmental impact their purchases have. But have you considered the advantage being eco-friendly might have on your savings account? We have collated a list of purchases that will save you money and save the planet.
There's lots of mixed information out there about in ins and outs of a mortgage. The rule used to be that you must have 20% of the house price saved, and you could borrow 80% from your preferred lender or bank. But is this still the case? Do you always need 20%?
Acquiring a home loan comes with countless decisions to make, and one you may not have considered is Mortgage Lenders Insurance. Mortgage Lenders Insurance may not be a good option for everyone, but it could help you acquire your mortgage faster than you planned.
It is likely that paying off loans early sounds like an excellent idea, and sometimes it can be. However, completely paying off some loans, such as a mortgage, or debt agreement, may not always benefit. We have put together some to pay down your loan to save on interest, as well as alternate options.
The average Australian throws out about $1,000 worth of food a year. That’s a lot of money that would be better of in your back pocket. Here are some great and easy ways to reduce your food waste to zero.