Planning

The A-Z of Property Investing

So, you want to invest in real estate but the lingo has you puzzled.  Don’t be bamboozled by the jargon – our A-Z guide will give you the lowdown.

15 Mar 2019 Read More
Planning

Money Hacks for Teens

Help your teens and young adults manage how they spend and save.

15 Mar 2019 Read More
Planning

5 ways to boost your retirement fund

For many Australians, superannuation makes up the bulk of their retirement funds. How can you make sure your super stays healthy?

11 Mar 2019 Read More
Planning

Retirement Jargon buster

When it comes to your retirement and superannuation, it’s easy to be bamboozled by all the financial terms. Our jargon buster will help you understand the fine print.

8 Mar 2019 Read More
Planning

Starting a small business? Here’s what you need to know

More and more Australians are embarking on small business ventures than ever before. But starting a successful business takes more than just a great idea.  YBI reports.

7 Mar 2019 Read More
Planning

How to capitalise on the rise of the gig economy

The gig economy is booming – from Uber Eats to airtasker to Ola, 100s of 1000s of Australians are benefitting from a side hustle.

7 Mar 2019 Read More
Planning

Financial Friction: having different spending habits needn’t end in divorce

With money issues being cited by 22 percent of couples as a motivator for divorce, it makes sense to set some ground rules around your financial habits before they become issues for you and your marriage.

8 Nov 2018 Read More
Planning

Good debt versus bad debt

Understanding the difference between good debt and bad debt will help you to avoid debt stressors on the road to pursuing wealth. YBI explains the difference.

Good debts are often used to build long-term wealth.

Bad debts tend to have no real value or are an asset that decreases in value.

8 Nov 2018 Read More
Planning
Lifestyle changes to save you money

Lifestyle changes to save you money

Let’s face it. We’re all looking for ways to save a dollar or two. Frequently it’s the frivolous purchases we make on a daily basis that wind up hitting our hip pocket hard. If you’re tired of pulling up with an empty wallet before you get to payday here’s a few handy tips that could help you save some money along the way.

 
4 Jul 2018 Read More