Tag: money saving tips

How to save for a wedding

“Let’s set a wedding budget” may not be the most romantic phrase you’ll ever say to your partner, but it could save you from a lot of debt later on.  Doing some financial planning beforehand means you can have the beautiful day you’ve always dreamed of, just without breaking the bank or starting married life […]

How to boost your savings in three months

Within the last three months, Frollo users who have constantly used the app have increased their savings by 15%. In fact, our data shows that users who started out drowning in debt are now in a better financial position. Additionally, those who are interested in growing their savings have seen exponential growth because they didn’t […]

Saving for A Holiday: A Quick Guide

School holidays just ended, but before we can even blink, we’ll soon find ourselves back in the holiday spirit with Christmas being only 134 days away. If you’re planning a big holiday getaway, then now would be the best time to start saving (if you haven’t started already). According to Suncorp’s recent research, the Australian’s […]

10 Claimable Tax Deductions Commonly Forgotten

It’s that time of the year that brings good cheer! And no, we’re not talking about Christmas. But it sure feels like it. It’s tax return time! It’s the season we get some of our hard-earned money back, which we can put into our savings, paying off debt, or buying ourselves a well-deserved treat. There […]

How to track your expenses without the stress

Tracking expenses can be a daunting and time-consuming process, but becoming aware of our spending habits will help us avoid getting lost in this financial jungle. As long as we’ve got the right tools, like Frollo, to help us trace where our hard-earned money is going, we can achieve the financially stress-free life we’ve been aspiring.

How to properly budget and still enjoy your money

When people hear budgeting, they think it’s like trying to lose weight or seeing the dentist. There’s a sense of dread that comes to budgeting. But we think budgeting is more like slicing a whole luscious, decadent chocolate cake and eating a piece yourself. Read on to find out why.