June 16, 2019 | 07:49 AM

Savings Tips


How needless spending can dent a budget

Part of living a good life in the modern world revolves around spending money, and there's no getting away from the fact that enjoying life is going to incur some costs.


How to get top tech - without the price tag

As anyone who has ever invested in an iPhone, a powerful laptop or a tablet computer will know, technology costs a lot of money.


Saving on spring cleaning

Of all the tasks on the household to-do list, cleaning is perhaps one of the most onerous. But it can also be expensive. Here's some tips on how to keep the cost down.


How to cut down your electricity bill

Australians can spend an average of at least $1,600 on their electricity bills every single year. Here we explore ways to save.


Debate: Can living "cash only" help with budgeting?

One of the suggestions often made to those who can't get a handle on their spending is to live in a "cash only" routine.


How to build great savings habits in kids

Most of us will remember having a piggy bank when we were children, and it?s likely that many us want to give our kids the same experience.


Making your meals go further to save cash

The cost of living in Australia is high, and this is especially true when it comes to the price of food and groceries.


Australia's top picks for budget shopping

In this article we take a look at the best ways to minimize those recurring weekly or monthly expenses to help you save.


Bonds: Are they an effective method for saving?

When it comes to finding a location for savings, it can sometimes seem like there's no ideal place to put your money. Find out if its worth considering bonds with FatCat.com.au.


How technology can transform people's finances

online banking with tablet

1| 2| 3| 4| 5

Top Stories on FatCat.com.au

It's raining money The $900 cash bonus is on its way to almost nine million Australians. FatCat gives 5 smart ways to spend your windfall.
Property vs Shares
China's Enrons

© Copyright 2019, FatCat.com.au. All right reserved.