@@fo thats good advice, once things have been done there is no need to dwell on the past. Whats done is done.
With the credit card, I have one with an annual fee but every year when they charge it I call up and threaten to cancel my card cause I cant afford the fee and they always waive it. Though the rewards I get out weigh the annual fee anyway so if they didn't waive it I would be ok.
My goal was to combine my super all into one account to save on fees. Which I have done :)
@garli Im the same I don't like donuts or cake and I believe it to be the only reason I'm not morbidly obese
@clarie that is what I do. makes life a lot easier knowing you dont have any big bills coming
@grobel A few times a week, depends on if I have had a chance to spend any though. All my direct debts are scheduled to come out the day after I get paid (I get paid monthly) and if I have been at work and not been to the shops I dont check as much.
@EleanorHiggsByson I agree, I would rather the embarassment of no money than pay fees. But I am stingy like that
Articles like this make me glad I live in Australia. It seems so strange to me that a developed country like America wouldnt have paid maternity leave
@deepomega can you please explain why they are a myth?
@qwer1234 at my place of work the part timers got sick leave at a pro-rata rate, so if you work 50% of the time of a fulltimer then your sick leave entitlement is 50% of what they get.