How ZAAP can empower people with disabilities and give peace of mind to their carers. How ZAAP can empower people with disabilities and give peace of mind to their carers. When caring for a loved one or family member with a disability, ensuring they have sufficient funds at all times can be a concern. Plus, having visibility of their spending and […]
It’s that time of year again! This year’s Sydney Royal Easter Show is from the 1st to the 12th of April. Here’s our six tips to ensure the entire family has the best day whilst staying safe at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
In a blink of an eye, the summer holidays will soon be over and the kids back at school! While we can’t wait to cheer them all the way to the school gate, now is a good time to get your kids school ready and start budgeting for the essentials.
Would you let your child use your credit card? Should you? Children can be experts in persuading you to lend them your credit card, especially as a quick fix for an emergency payment.
Here’s how pocket money tool ZAAP, can help you stay in control.
Christmas is around the corner! If a teenage girl resides in your home, you will no doubt be facing the conundrum of finding the perfect Christmas present. There is good news though we’re here to help.
Here are our gift ideas that your daughter will appreciate.
Christmas is creeping up on us! Are you struggling with what to buy your teenage son? I’m sure you will agree that teenagers can be fickle. One minute they’re obsessed with the latest fad. In an instant turnaround, it’s no longer deemed ‘cool’.
Never fear, we’re here to help you get it right!
With the recent changes in the world, we as parents are constantly making family lifestyle adjustments. Cleanliness, hygiene and safety are in the forefront of our decisions, ensuring our kids are protected and practising social and physical distancing. It’s not easy and there’s a lot to think about. However, it is possible to keep our kids safe and still give them some much needed space.
How do you feel about talking to your kids about money? Are you relaxed and comfortable about pocket money conversations? Or do you avoid the topic and hope they’ll forget about it – or at least leave it for another day?
If you’re one of the countless parents trying to juggle work and parenting, we hear you! Keeping kids occupied, the house in order while meeting work deadlines is no easy feat. Setting chores for your kids can help lighten the load. You might find that your kids actually like to be involved.
Kids want what their friends have, and they want it now, or at least sometime soon. So how can parents teach children ‘not to buy’ or at least look for a bargain, wait before buying, and get the best deal, rather than succumb to impulse buying?