We're proud to launch Your Family, Your Money, our new podcast for anyone who’s ever wished they were better at handling money.
It's hosted by Caitlin Fitzsimmons (Money editor for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age) and Georgina Dent (Fairfax columnist and associate editor for Women’s Agenda), two mums who know what it’s like to juggle babies and budgets.
The ten-part series offers a fresh and fun approach to family finance, from busting bills to the back-to-work juggle to the economics of children. It's packed with information relevant to real families, which Georgie and Caitlin explain simply and clearly with plenty of humour thrown in.
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7 tips to teach kids the value of money
For young kids, money might just seem like the strange thing grown-ups swap for a milkshake.
Nine ways to save money and protect your family too
Super, wills and life insurance are probably the last thing on your mind, but Money Magazine's Effie Zahos says it pays not to ignore them.
How to cull your credit card debt once and for all
Is your spending spiralling out of control?
Off their rocker: Why do older kids still have tantrums?
What to do when you have an angry child…
Should kids have access to devices like Google Home?
"These powerful pieces of technology were designed by some of the smartest people on the planet, but that doesn't mean the legal and social consequences have caught up with them."
Zoe Foster Blake: "Working from home means I do neither parenting, nor work, very well"
It takes guts to admitthat what you do for work is actually a hugely important part of who you are.
Lying is actually good for children's brains, say scientists
"A third of two-year-olds, half of three-year-olds and 80 percent or more of children four and older will deny their transgression, regardless of their gender, race or family’s religion."
9 life lessons your new baby is quietly teaching you
Let these little pointers be an encouragement to you.