r/ausfinance is a reddit community focused on Personal Finance for Australians.
We seek to learn about personal finance: budgeting, saving, getting out of debt, investing, and saving for retirement. Our community is focused on financial education and helping each other along the way. Please read the r/ausfinance sidebar and observe sub rules when posting.
the ausfinance sidebar
Discussions relating to Australian Personal Finance, economics, banking, investments, superannuation, insurance, and tax.
Please have a read of the Sub Rules before posting for the first time.
Nothing here is licensed personal financial advice. This is a place for discussion and opinion. Click here for a bit more info
If your submission or link doesn’t relate directly to Australia, please provide a short description detailing how you see the subject impacting Australia.
Please do not post business solicitation or referral links for your own financial advantage.
Please keep all comments civil and constructive. Personal attacks of any kind will not be tolerated.
AusFinance Links & Common Questions
If you require personal financial advice, visit the following links to find a professional
Please do not hesitate to contact the mods if you are unsure of anything in this regard.
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