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Celebrate your wins for 2018!

The silly season is here, and even though the calendar is jam-packed, it is important to take some time to celebrate your wins for the year. Fire-up the bbq, crack open the bubbly and cheers to yourself for 2018!

In our final newsletter for the year, we take a look at two ways you can invest in property without actually having to buy one. If you are in a new relationship, there are some important things worth discussing with your partner before you consider merging your money, moving in together, or buying any big-ticket items in both your names.

Looking further in the future, there are potential benefits of couples taking a coordinated approach to savings and investing by putting smart spouse strategies in place. If you are interested in environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing, then the four-step guide in this newsletter is a must-read.

Avoid plastic overload this festive season with our tips on how to minimize plastic in your home.

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How to invest in property without actually buying one

You don’t have to be a landlord, deal with tenants or put a deposit down on a home to get your foot in the property market.

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10 money conversations to have when your relationship heats up

It’s probably not the sexiest thing the two of you have on the to-do list but putting it off could see you butting heads.

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Smart spouse investing

Spouses have clear motivations to at least consider the potential benefits of taking a co-ordinated approach to savings and investing – as well as in dealing with their day-to-day budgeting.

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Eat your greens! A four-step guide to ethical investing

Like many kids growing up in the 1970s I was taught to eat everything on my plate. It was good advice, particularly as an active kid living in a rural setting. Through my teenage years, I had more discretion and the choices I made left a lot to be desired.

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9 Ways To Minimize Plastic In Your Home

We live in a world of plastic. Plastic cups, bottles, plates, packaging – our plastic society is putting the world's ecosystem at risk, but there are some simple steps we can take to change our wasteful habits. 

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