Vision women

A Vision Super blog dedicated to helping women take control of their financial futures.
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  • Money tips for your next trip

    Money tips for your next trip

    Read our tips for avoiding travel money mistakes.

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  • Mission impossible? Saving for a home

    Mission impossible? Saving for a home

    Handy online resources to help you get started on the journey to buying your own home.

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  • How kids can impact your super

    How kids can impact your super

    We take a look at how having kids can affect your super and how to reduce the impact.

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Women still retiring with less in our world class super system

Women still retiring with less in our world class super system

Australia has the biggest gender gap when it comes to preparation for retirement compared to Britain and the United States.

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Handling money in relationships

Handling money in relationships

Unless you take an active approach to managing your finances as a couple, love and money can be an ‘oil and water’ mix. ME Bank discuss ways to handle money in relationships.

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How to be a super woman

How to be a super woman

You may have heard reports that Australian women are retiring with only half the average super balance of men. Many organisations have recommended policy changes to help close this super gender gap, but while we wait for policies to catch up, there are steps women (and in fact, anyone) can take to improve their retirement outcome.

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Money tips for your next trip

Money tips for your next trip

Is it finally time for a holiday? Travel money mistakes cost Aussie travellers almost $1 billion last year, but the key to avoiding travel money mistakes – and any other accidents that could get in the way of your holiday – is to be prepared. 

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Kick start this financial year

Kick start this financial year

Welcome to the new financial year! What better time than now to get your finances on track and feel in control of your financial future with our simple tips.

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Mission impossible? Saving for a home

Mission impossible? Saving for a home

With skyrocketing property prices and the growing cost of living, you might feel like your dream of owning your own home is slipping away.

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Boost your savings every day this week

Boost your savings every day this week

Try doing one quick and simple thing every day this week to give your savings a helping hand. Here are our tips for Monday to Friday.

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Talking about money with your partner

Talking about money with your partner

Opening a joint back account? Saving for a home or moving in with your partner? Having a chat about money can help make it fair, transparent and drama-free. Here are some tips for starting the conversation with your special someone.

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Ways to relax after a busy week

Ways to relax after a busy week

Has it been one of those weeks? No matter how busy you are, it’s important to find time to unwind and do things to help your body and mind relax. We’ve put together a few activities to try.

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What actually happens in a financial planning appointment?

What actually happens in a financial planning appointment?

If you haven’t had a financial planning appointment before, you might be wondering what actually happens once you meet your planner.

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Timesaving tricks

Timesaving tricks

Who doesn’t want to clear their schedule and enjoy some me time? We’ve trawled the internet and asked around for people’s go-to timesaving tricks to help you get things done faster so you can smell the roses. 

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How kids can impact your super­­­

How kids can impact your super­­­

We take a look at how having kids can affect your super and how to reduce the impact.

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Five free ways to get fit

Five free ways to get fit

Before you buy that expensive gym membership, why not try a few free alternatives first? We’ve put together five ways to get fit that won’t cost you a cent. 

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Financially preparing for a baby

Financially preparing for a baby

It’s one of the most major events you can experience in your lifetime, and one that will most likely have a big impact on your finances.

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The super reality for women

The super reality for women

 On average, Australian women retire with about half as much super as men. Here are some steps you can take to help you retire more like a man.

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