18 June 2019
The cost of a vehicle doesn’t end after being purchased. Petrol, repairs, Insurance, registration, WOF, servicing – little costs can add up quickly. Here are some money-saving tips for you.
11 June 2019
So you’ve found the car of your dreams - but you don’t have quite enough money saved. Or maybe you don’t have anywhere near enough money saved.
7 June 2019
Need more room for your growing family? If you are considering buying a family car, you’ll want it packed with safety features - and perhaps some entertainment features to keep the little ones busy during long road trips. Here are eight must-haves for your new set of wheels.
28 May 2019
Do you spend a lot of time thinking about money? As humans, we are often emotional creatures first and rational beings second. And our emotional relationship with money is no exception. The good news is, knowing what your emotional relationship with money is can help you transform it.
22 May 2019
A rainy-day fund can be a great addition to your finances, providing you with the help you need to turn a potential downpour in a drizzle. Here are four key benefits of having an emergency fund in place.
13 May 2019
Sharing money as a couple can present challenges, but with a good plan and a willingness to make it work, these challenges are not insurmountable. Here are some tips we found on Thebalance.com to help you navigate the joint finances path.
29 March 2019
When it comes to buying a car (whether new or used), it can be tricky to decide which vehicle would be best for your needs. We’ve put together a checklist of important considerations, to help you narrow down your choice.
27 March 2019
Cars are expensive – both to buy and maintain. So it makes sense to put some effort into maintaining your wheels, to support your sale price when it comes time to sell. Here are some tips for you.
25 March 2019
Looking to upgrade your wheels? With a little bit of knowledge and research, you could negotiate a better deal on your next car, keeping more of your hard-earned money in your own pocket. Here are a few handy tips to get your ‘negotiation gears’ in motion.