Survey to reveal Aussie’s real life money secrets

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Food prices are rising, home ownership is becoming increasingly unaffordable for Australians, and activities such as the occasional meal at the local pub that were once part of the average lifestyle have become unaffordable luxuries.

For the millions of Australians currently experiencing a cost of living crisis, these changes are nothing new.

Yet as we all find our expenses – and in many cases our debts – rising and our savings shrinking, it usually remains taboo for us to give details about what we do with our money when it comes to what we share with our friends.

We’re all struggling, and many of us are having to make changes to cope. And that’s why we want to hear from you.

News.com.au is launching a survey giving Australians the opportunity to share how they – and others – really deal with financial pressures.

We want to know if you think you’ll ever be able to own your own home, if you already do, or if you’ve given up hope.

Have you had to cut back on your household budget because everything has become more expensive? And if so, do you always stick to it?

We are interested in what is putting the most strain on your finances and where you have had to make cuts.

And let’s be honest: we are all interested in what other people do with their money.

That’s why news.com.au will be publishing the results of the survey in articles that reveal how Australians are really making ends meet and how attitudes have changed towards the fading Australian dream of breaking into the property market.

This comes after a recent survey of 4,000 Australians found that 89 per cent of Australians are concerned about the rising cost of living, with food, energy, healthcare and rent being the top concerns. Of all the financial burdens worrying Australians, rent and mortgage were most frequently cited as the biggest concerns.

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