Tag Archives: Australian Personal Finance Blog

What does DDU want in life?

By | June 25, 2017

Author: Mr & Mrs DDU.

It’s a very important question that we are asking ourselves a lot recently.

On the planning spectrum of couples, we are big planners. We like to plan ahead about what movie we might see at the cinema, what shares we’re considering next, where we want to roadtrip next etc. Those are all short term plans and goals.

We also like … Continue reading >>

Share purchases: May 2017

By | June 12, 2017

Author: Mr DDU & Mrs DDU.

Disclaimer: Stocks mentioned on this blog are for general entertainment/documentation purposes only, following our own investment journey and decisions. Nothing in this article should be considered investment advice nor is intended to be investment advice. Please click here to continue reading our disclaimer. By viewing any page on this blog you are agreeing to the linked terms & Continue reading >>

Saving for the future: May 2017

By | June 4, 2017

Author: Mr and Mrs DDU.

We are big believers in living below our means; spending less than we earn. We try to only spend money on what is essential or makes us happy. Nearly everything society spends money on is fleeting: food, holidays, a movie ticket etc. Most of it is forgotten about by the next day and we look to the next thing to … Continue reading >>

Dividend update: May 2017

By | May 31, 2017

Author: Mr and Mrs DDU.

Disclaimer: Stocks mentioned on this blog are for general entertainment/documentation purposes only, following our own investment journey and decisions. Nothing in this article should be considered investment advice nor is intended to be investment advice. Please click here to continue reading our disclaimer. By viewing any page on this blog you are agreeing to the linked terms & conditions.Continue reading >>

5 of our favourite ways that we save money

By | May 21, 2017

Author: Mr & Mrs DDU.

Accommodation – living in the 70s

Where people live is usually their biggest expense. At the moment, we are spending around 20% of our annual income on rent. All Australians can understand that finding good value accommodation is very difficult.

We live on the edge of our city, in a place that was built in the 70s and still has … Continue reading >>