Getting your finances in order isn’t a one-time task — it’s an ongoing process.
Whether it’s budgeting, planning to pay off debt or monitoring credit card spending, your financial life needs regular, reliable attention.
The right set of online tools can help you get on track and stay there, whether you’ve never created a budget or you’re a seasoned investor.
Governments, banks, super funds and comparison websites offer a wide range of free financial calculators and tools. For example, moneysmart.gov.au’s selection covers superannuation projections, mortgage repayments, compound interest and budgeting.
There has been strong growth in online rounding up tools that enable consumers to direct spare change from electronic transactions into savings.