As kids returned to school this week I could feel the sense of relief in the air and it caused me to once again question how full-time working parents manage child minding in the school holidays.
Negotiating money and finances in a new relationship is tricky enough, but doubly so when you have dependent children to bring into the mix.
It's a 'sh*t show', say public servants. It's going great, says the department.
Pension changes by successive governments have hit some of the poorest Australians the hardest, with single-parent families who rely on welfare up to $6000 worse off over the past decade.
It's almost Sydney Royal Easter Show time again. The show, which runs from Thursday, April 6 to Wednesday April 19, is fun for the whole family, but the costs can burn a hole in the pocket.
The Girl Guides are launching a new set of financial literacy programs for girls and young women.
For eight years, the Zammit twins arrived at work an hour early so they could be home in time to pick their children up from school – freeing their working wives to get them off to school.
How would a four-day working week, or other flexible work offerings, benefit your family?
A new report reveals that many businesses are inaccurately measuring and labelling their products, such as meat, precious stones and bread.
Everyone should think about why they work, and whether their job is meeting their needs.
We pay our children pocket money to teach them about money and foster their increasing independence, and there is more than one way to do this.
I'd like my kids to have something they'll remember from the Tooth Fairy.
Faulty product? Here's what the laws says about your rights to a free repair, refund or exchange.