money brain

The Real Reason Why You're Bad With Money

Hint: It’s not because you’re dumb, lazy or naïve.
Anita Hamilton

The Real Story of Why You Have a Cracked HECS Debt

We know you want to get rid of your debt, but do you ever wonder why you have it in the first place?
Sam Nichols

Here's What We Learned From Running Australia’s Biggest Millennial Money Survey

Basically things are grim.
VICE Staff
money brain

A Financial Survival Guide for the Next Recession

Seeing my own mother struggle through the last recession made me want to be sure I'm prepared for the next one. So I talked to some money and career experts to find out how to recession-proof my life.
Marco Margaritoff

We’re Running Australia’s Biggest Millennial Money Survey

We promise there are no avocado jokes. Just a serious look at how you feel about wealth, class, and how indebted we all are.
VICE Staff
Australia Today

Earn More Than $22 an Hour? Get Ready to Repay HECS

Changes will take effect from the new financial year—Sunday!
VICE Staff
Future of Money

The Psychology Behind Our Inability to Talk About Money

What's stopping young Australians from opening up about cold hard cash?
Simon Morgans
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Millennials Are Missing Out on Life Because They Have More Debt Than Savings

A dark new poll found many 18- to-34-year-olds are waiting to have kids, get married, buy a house, or save for retirement because of crushing debt.
Adam Forrest
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Millennials Are Way Poorer Than Boomers Ever Were

A depressing new analysis found that young people today are making 20 percent less than baby boomers were at the same age.
Lauren Messman
The VICE Guide to University

Underemployed Graduates Will Now Have to Repay HECS Sooner

The new threshold of $42,000 means you'll probably start paying as soon as you start working—even at a part time retail job.
Katherine Gillespie
The VICE Guide to University

Surprise! Next Week’s Budget Will Hit Uni Students Hard

Fees will increase and the HECS repayment threshold will decrease.
Katherine Gillespie

How to Spend a Thousand Dollars on Sushi by Me, an Idiot

"No, no, we need the bill in regular dollars," I said, assuming the number in front of me was in yen.
Chris Galletta