The Covid-19 health crisis sure has given us plenty of time to do some soul searching. So much so, in fact, that according to a report by ING 3.3 million Aussies are thinking about changing careers when lockdown is over.
When was the last time you put on a pair of jeans? Or something a little more professional than your track pants? If you can’t remember, then it’s safe to say you’ve been working from home for a while.
No matter what continent they live on or what language they speak, you can always count on mums to tell you exactly what they’re thinking. Yes mums sometimes have some painfully honest opinions to share, but they can also often give you extremely useful, shrewd tips to live by.
While hunkering down with a calculator, bills, loan schedules and spreadsheets isn’t everyone’s idea of a good time, creating a budget is always a good investment. In fair economic weather, it can help you reach savings goals or pay down debt faster, but if you’re facing tough financial times, it can be even more valuable.
A flurry of rate cuts in the month of April have left Bank of Queensland (BOQ) as the only remaining bank being tracked in the Mozo database to offer an ongoing savings account rate starting with a ‘2’.