Modesty in your spending (and half an eye on the future) could make you very cheerful indeed.
Two million Australians don’t have the financial resilience to pay unexpected bills.
A new report finds two million Australians lack the resources to bounce back when difficult circumstances arise.
Mortgage stress is still a risk for low-income earners, particularly in the country, new analysis from Roy Morgan shows.
New analysis shows low-income earners, particularly in Tasmania and South Australia, face the most mortgage stress.
Seeking constant distractions and identifying with brands and status symbols, we struggle to escape the superficial self.
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In the first of our series, On Happiness, the question is whether unsustainable consumption and debt can ever bring us happiness. The global financial question was a chance to take stock, yet did we learn anything?
Athens is the epicentre of a dangerous relationship.
A continent in shock; a country on the brink; and a model for punitive debt negotiations that serves no one but the banks.
Household debt is three times what it was 20 years ago.
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We know saving is good and not all debt is bad. Where is our relationship to both?
Micro housing could be the solution to helping millennials afford a home.
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I co-teach a freshman seminar at the University of Texas called “Debt: the Good, Bad and Ugly” that examines the different ways consumers borrow and spend. Do they reflect wise investments in the future…
Australia’s love affair with housing is driving up debt.