Are you a co-holder and is it working for you?Course
Are rolling over a credit card balance every month or only making minimum repayments on a loan and have enough savings in your account to pay your debt off in full, then you are co-holding. Learn a better way.
How to save moreCourse
There are some some behavioural changes you can make that can help you build up your savings balance in the short-term and progress towards your financial goals for the future. Learn how.
Taking care of your future selfCourse
Your financial stress may be relatively short-lived but if you are experiencing a long period of financial challenges, it’s important to try and look after your health while you are going through it. Here is some advice to support you.
Using goals to help save more and spend lessCourse
We all have goals for what we want to do in the future, some may be realistic and achievable and others more of an outside chance of happening. But, the clearer your goals are, the more chance you have of achieving them.
What is bucketing?Course
If you are new to financial fitness, separating your money also known as ‘bucketing’ might help you manage your money because it works like a budget without the spreadsheet.
Rainy day savingsCourse
Small financial shocks happen all the time and you might find them difficult to budget for, this is where a rainy day fund comes in. A step-by-step guide to saving for rainy days.