004: Demolishing Debts

Women with CentsDebt, Podcast

This week I chat to Kirsty Lamont of comparison site Mozo about recovering from the post Christmas debt hangover. Tune in to learn about the various options available to knocking down your credit card debt, as well as tips and traps to beware of, navigating interest free deals, car loans and mortgages. For most up to date interest rates and … Read More

003: Money Mindset and Saving Tips

Women with CentsBudgeting, Podcast

In this week’s episode I had a lot of fun chatting to Laura Hampson and Valentina Todoroska from Mamamia.com.au. Tune in to hear what the girls had to say about their vastly different approaches to money, Laura’s ability to save half her pay cheque despite living in Sydney, credit cards, mortgages and the importance of goal setting.

002: Against All Odds – Living with terminal cancer

Women with CentsInsurance, Podcast

In this episode, I talk to Lisa Magill, author of the blog Terminally Fabulous, as she shares her incredible journey of fighting terminal cancer, as well as life and money lessons she has learned along the way. You can continue to follow Lisa’s story here: http://terminallyfabulous.weebly.com/

A lot of us have them but what do we know about how they work?

Women with CentsBlog, Mortgage

A lot of us have them, but do we know how they work, what they’re for and when they’re useful? I’m talking about offset accounts. Often offered by your bank, or talked about at BBQs, but not always fully understood. So, this week we’ll get every question you ever had about offsets cleared up once and for all! What is … Read More

001: Tips to finding summer savings

Women with CentsBudgeting, Podcast

Welcome to Cents and the City, the podcast where we discuss a topic so taboo, even Carrie Bradshaw would struggle to change the stigma. We are talking about, of course, money! In this episode I talk to Kirsty Lamont, Director of financial comparison website Mozo, about whether now is a good time to fix your home loan interest rate, Christmas … Read More

Could the Simpsons be to blame?

Women with CentsBlog, Uncategorized

You would have been hard pressed to miss this week’s news. It’s the hot topic wherever you turn – the US elects Donald Trump for president. And the world is reeling with shock and disbelief. I dare say many of us are still clinging to the hope that Ashton Kutcher will jump out at any moment and declare us all … Read More

Shares or property? Which is better?

Women with CentsBlog, Investment

This week we tackle the eternal debate – which is better, property or shares? We all know the great Australian dream is to own your own home. But, is that really the best way to build up your wealth? Or should we be considering alternatives like shares, instead? Well, like many of the other eternal debates – Ford or Holden … Read More

How much is too much?

Women with CentsBlog, Budgeting

This week I tackle another great question from the community: “Hi Tash, I’m wondering – how much is too much to be spending on a hobby?” Let me start by saying that life is there to be enjoyed! I believe we should make room for more fun in our lives, especially because many of us spend what feels like most … Read More

The dreaded C word

Women with CentsBlog, Budgeting

With the countdown to Christmas well under way it is important to prepare for what can quickly add up to being one of the most expensive holidays of the year. So for those of you who celebrate the holiday, here are some easy tips to save some cash – without scrimping on the Christmas cheer! Do you have any tips … Read More

Your survival guide to school holidays

Women with CentsBlog, Budgeting

So the school holidays are already upon us, and it isn’t easy (on you, or your bank account!) to provide endless entertainment for your youngsters. So we’ve come up with a list of activities that are fun and inexpensive, to occupy the little ones over the next couple of weeks. You might even find some fun in here for you! … Read More