Dissatisfied? You can bank on it

Dissatisfied? You can bank on it

Why we love to hate our banks More than 50% of us are not willing to recommend our bank to others, but on average we keep our transaction accounts with the same bank for 26 years. That shows us Aussies have a fascinating relationship with our major banks… but...
Show me the moneyyyyy….

Show me the moneyyyyy….

(or the credit cards…) In the war of spending versus saving, one thing is often overlooked: spending is visible, and social. In the short-term, saving is invisible and (often) anti-social. It’s no wonder then that there’s such temptation to spend money… even if we...
Underpants & Governments

Underpants & Governments

Big changes, small change, and how it all adds up My late grandfather used to joke ‘’that guy changes cars like I change my underwear… about once every 2 years or so” (insert wink and nudge). Perhaps if he were alive today, he’d say the same about Australia and its...
Are you smarter than a squirrel?

Are you smarter than a squirrel?

What these cute critters can teach us, and why we’re nuts about ‘nudging’ Squirrels (and the acorns they collect) have long been used as a metaphor for savings. These industrious little critters store up the nuts when there’s plenty, ensuring they have an ample supply...