A universal basic income is also known as a “guaranteed income” or “unconditional income” or “minimum guaranteed income” or a “basic income guarantee” or “social wage credits” or “negative income tax”. We look in this brief post at what it is, whom it is for and how helpful it could be to recipients and the…
Saving money in Australia – Australia Money Saving, Family Budgeting, Upcycling Index
A Facebook page about saving money in Australia has been created in association with this section of the website. It as an index of other pages with tips to save money, upcycle and for family budgeting. It is called Australia Money Saving, Family Budgeting, Upcycling Index. Some links are presented below to indicate the type of pages that I am looking for to add to the page. This will be a starting point for anyone interested in ways to reduce expenditure and save some money.
This page is an index of Facebook pages covering money saving, family budgeting and upcycling in Australia. Links will be added to the Notes section in a links note there. Some also appear in the Pages liked by this page section.
Topics to share posts, news, videos and photos about include tiny houses, the circular economy (upcycling, recycling, re-purposing in the garden and home), family budgeting tips, reducing electricity usage, saving money (at shops, anywhere) and more.
Crowd funding links can be posted for relevant campaigns in case any readers can help. These campaigns generally exclude medical campaigns but do include recycling efforts, community gardens, places that teach the repair of old products, and similar.
Saving money in Australia Facebook Links
More links will be added to a Note in the page but here are some to get you started.
If you know of any others then go to the posts page and share the link? It will be added to a Note for reference. You can also share posts that you have seen with useful tips and these may end up on the page’s timeline.
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