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Retirement, experts

Named: the 9 experts advising Treasury on retirement income products

The industry experts set to advise Treasury on its comprehensive income products for retirement framework have been named. ...

Big piggy banks, small piggy banks

SMSFs asked, are you a grower or preserver?

Understanding whether retirees want to grow, preserve or spend their wealth is key in developing effective retirement income plans, an SMSF ...

Six ways to tax the ultra-wealthy better

6 ways to tax the ultra-wealthy better

Despite representing the minority, the world’s elite often wield disproportionate power. So how can tax reform be used to better distribut...

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investing

Lighting a spark: investing in start-ups

Lighting a spark: investing in start-ups

Australia’s start-up scene is expanding and with it, the opportunities for savvy investors to make a tidy return, one investor argues. ...

Stock market

Did fear itself trigger Wall Street plunge?

Investment products with links to the VIX, or fear index, could have “amplified” last week’s market correction, an investment manager ...

Blaming ETFs for correction is ‘doomsday advice’

Blaming ETFs for correction is ‘doomsday advice’

An ASX investment product manager has stepped in to bat for ETFs, arguing that blaming last week’s correction on these investment funds is...

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podcast

What the heck is with robots and tech - ETFs explained

 The Australian ETF sector grew by 39 per cent in 2017, and is set to continue growing, but there are a few things investors need to know b...

Crack the code on crypto

It could be your favourite topic of discussion, or maybe a mention of crypto means $1 in the swear jar, but either way, bitcoin’s pervasiv...

Alex Whitlock, Phil Ryan, Dave Stratford

Time in the market, not timing that matters

Most investors are familiar with the edict to focus on time in the market rather than timing the market, and property leader, Philip Ryan ca...

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opinion

Bitcoin no replacement for gold

Both bitcoin and gold are “mined”, but the similarities largely end there, writes OzFinancial’s Sam Green.  ...

How many eggs and in which basket?

In investment terms, “diversification” refers to the process of allocating your savings in a way that reduces your exposure to any one p...

Follow the pro’s tips in 2018 to commercial property

As you look for strong wealth creation options in 2018, consider taking a page out of the book of major institutional investors and invest i...

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property

Housing price growth

Housing, income gap a problem: RBA

The Reserve Bank of Australia has said that while it doesn’t target house prices, it “would be a good outcome” if price increases no l...

Mortgage

No safety net for borrowers

Despite forecasted low rates of mortgage arrears, Aussie home owners are without “much of a buffer” should rates rise and discretionary ...

old apartment

Is it wise to hold onto your old apartment?

Australians looking to upsize their family home should think twice about hanging onto their old property, a financial planner has said. ...

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saving

head in the sand

Ignorance is not bliss: poor financial awareness costing sleep

Australians are sticking their heads in the sand when it comes to expenditure, and it’s costing them their sleep, new research reveals. ...

 Parliament

Bill for ‘game changer’ body passes Parliament

The Australian government has applauded the passage of a “game changer” financial services body which it says will help consumers get a ...

Don’t let a broken heart break the bank

Don’t let a broken heart break the bank

This Valentine’s Day, Aussies are being warned to watch out for scammers looking to exploit a broken heart. ...

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planning

Family

Open up to prevent will disputes

As a will dispute can “irrevocably tear families apart”, Australians have been urged to tell their loved ones more about their final dec...

Major bank encourages navel-gazing

Major bank encourages navel-gazing

With more than 40 per cent of Australians admitting they rarely or never set goals for themselves, a major bank has urged Aussies to talk to...

Cryptocurrency’s estate planning balancing act

Cryptocurrency’s estate planning balancing act

The anonymity of transactions is one of cryptocurrency’s biggest drawcards, but it’s also one of the trickiest things to navigate when i...

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tax

Six ways to tax the ultra-wealthy better

6 ways to tax the ultra-wealthy better

Despite representing the minority, the world’s elite often wield disproportionate power. So how can tax reform be used to better distribut...

ATO’s house-sharing tax tips

I do declare: ATO’s house-sharing tax tips

Whether it’s a week or a year, the critical thing to remember when renting out accommodation is to declare all income. ...

Making the most of Wall Street plunge

Making the most of a Wall Street plunge

Investors should avoid selling shares in a panic, and instead consider how market movements can work to their favour, a tax expert has said....

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retirement

Retirement, experts

Named: the 9 experts advising Treasury on retirement income products

The industry experts set to advise Treasury on its comprehensive income products for retirement framework have been named. ...

Young people, young Australians

Empty nesters, young people most cheerful about retirement

Young Australians without children, couples with older children and empty nesters are the most hopeful about retirement, but single parents ...

Retirement

Retirement expectations ‘at odds’ with reality

Two-thirds of pre-retirees associate retirement with freedom, but only 15 per cent of couples have enough super to meet the target, AMP has ...

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superannuation

Money, dollar, cash

Magic: turning $1,500 into $4,200 with a click

Australians could turn $1,500 into more than $4,000 by making one change to their superannuation, a financial consultant has said, but accor...

‘Explosion’ in early access requests for weight-loss

‘Explosion’ in early access requests for weight-loss

More Australians are asking to use their superannuation for weight-loss surgeries, in what a major super body is calling an “explosion”....

paid in first six months of parental leave

Super should be paid in first six months of parental leave: report

A new report has called for super to be paid in the first six months of parental leave, arguing that without it, the super gender gap will c...

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smsf

Big piggy banks, small piggy banks

SMSFs asked, are you a grower or preserver?

Understanding whether retirees want to grow, preserve or spend their wealth is key in developing effective retirement income plans, an SMSF ...

Cryptocurrency, currency

ASIC hopes SMSFs steer clear of speculative currencies

An authority at the investments watchdog has said he hopes the SMSF sector prevents “the more speculative cryptocurrencies” from becomin...

SMSFs underperform APRA funds, is this allocation to blame?

SMSFs underperform APRA funds, is this allocation to blame?

SMSFs last year achieved an average return more than 1 per cent lower than MySuper funds, and there’s one allocation trend that could be ...

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Investment Insights

Bitcoin no replacement for gold

Both bitcoin and gold are “mined”, but the similarities largely end there, writes OzFinancial’s Sam Green.  ...

How many eggs and in which basket?

In investment terms, “diversification” refers to the process of allocating your savings in a way that reduces your exposure to any one p...

Follow the pro’s tips in 2018 to commercial property

As you look for strong wealth creation options in 2018, consider taking a page out of the book of major institutional investors and invest i...

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Bitcoin, cryptocurrency and tax: how does it work?
Jan 29 2018
Bitcoin is a form of digital currency, created and held electronically. No one controls it, writes H&R Block's Mark Chapman. ...
Funding the gap year
Jan 31 2018
The gap year is fast becoming a rite of passage for many young Australians, as they seek a break between the rigours of their final year of ...
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