20 finance hacks to boost your cash flow in 2020

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You work hard for your money. So why don't you make your money work hard for you?
You might be thinking - "That sounds great - in theory. But who has the time?"
We get it. Life is short, and your to-do list is long. The finance-y things often end up in the too-hard basket, where they languish along with unmade dental appointments, uncleaned ovens and overdue taxes.
That's why we're here to help. Our team of 13 finance experts love the stuff that you don't (super, insurance, banking, debt management, you name it!) - and have put together a list of 20 things you can do right now to take control of your finances.
Together, we have several decades of experience, reading up on industry insights, poring over the jargon and comparing products side by side - so you don't have to.
We'll get you started with 20 easy steps you can take right now as well as simple tips to help you pay down your debt, start (or grow) your nest egg, figure out what insurance you actually need, and help you save on everyday bills.
You can tackle one a day for 20 days or can space the tasks out - it's up to you. For every topic we're going to cover what you need to know, the steps to take, insider tips and additional resources if you want to learn more.
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