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Savings Guide Australia

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Savings Guide Australia is all about helping Australians save money. Driven by numerous contributors and self confessed budgeting addicts, the aim and goal of the site is to provide a cost free resource for people wanting to learn how to save money and minimise their expenses.
Gone are the days of ruthless spending, people are learning that the only way to get ahead in life is by being proactive and taking control of their finances. This means saving money, reducing debt, minimising bills, making investments and learning ways to aggressively grow their savings.

Savings Guide will help you:
  • Start saving money
  • Help your family live a better life
  • Reduce the cost of bills
  • Minimise the cost of living
  • Teach you how to budget

Money Hound

moneyhoundAt Yahoo!7 Moneyhound you can easily compare market rates and product prices to find a better deal and save money on your monthly bills.

Compare what you’re currently paying against our best home loan rates, credit card offers, mobile phone deals, electricity prices, broadband plans and more, and fetch a better deal!
This is another free service from Yahoo!7.

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