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Moody's

Why another credit boom could be coming to Australia

The banking regulator’s plans to loosen its loan serviceability measures could see a resurgence of mortgage growth, according to one ratin...

ATO

Still using cash? The ATO is watching

As part of a crackdown on the black economy, the Tax Office is set to visit hundreds of businesses to make sure income is being properly dec...

Retirees

How retirees are coping with the cost of living in Australia

While the record-low interest rates are helping mortgagees, retirees are feeling the pinch as the cost of living keeps rising, and their yie...

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investing

ASIC

Messy case involving millions a caution to investors

A recent disqualification of a former Sydney-based financial adviser acts as a caution to investors to keep a careful eye on the behaviour a...

European Union

What’s happening in Europe? Experts weigh in on key investment trends

How the Eurozone is responding to Brexit The end of first quarter 2019 shows that GDP growth is beginning to recover in the Eurozone but, ...

MYOB

How the credit crunch is impacting Australians

The fallout from the banking royal commission and tight standards from the regulators is continuing, and now it’s our most productive grou...

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podcast

Greg Morgan

Making a full-time income in just a few hours a day a few days a week

Greg Morgan’s workday has changed significantly from his time in news television. In the latest episode of The Nest Egg Podcast, he reflec...

IPO Wealth, NestEgg, Ewan Laughlin, James Mawhinney

How savvy investors are turning otherwise idle cash into a wealth creation tool

In this episode of the Nest Egg podcast, host David Stratford is joined by the CEO of IPO Wealth, Ewan Laughlin, and the managing director o...

Richard Murphy, XTBS

Making the benefits of corporate bonds accessible to the everyday investor

In this episode of the Nest Egg podcast, Richard Murphy, CEO and co-founder of the XTB range of corporate bond securities on ASX, joins host...

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opinion

men carrying interest rates sign up a hill rates to drop prediction

Interest rate cut or continued standstill? Economists’ opinions divided

As household debt skyrockets, one financial expert insists interest rates may be forced to fall sooner rather than later. However, other eco...

AI and robotics have already changed the world as you know it

Your life is being made easier by artificial intelligence, and you probably haven’t even noticed. AI and robotics are revolutionising fiel...

US stock market pressure: Is there fire, or just smoke and noise?

As though bushfire season has come early, investors have been clouded with a haze of uncertainty in recent times. ...

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property

Shane Oliver

How house prices will be affected under Scott Morrison

One of the nation’s top economists has revised his house price predictions in light of a Coalition victory. Here’s what his property roa...

APRA

APRA eases residential mortgage lending rules

Big changes are underway for your mortgage. The banking regulator is looking at measures that experts are tipping will make access to credi...

Property

Negative equity: Is your portfolio at risk?

With the housing market in freefall, many Australian home owners are now in the unfavourable position of negative equity. ...

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saving

ATO

Still using cash? The ATO is watching

As part of a crackdown on the black economy, the Tax Office is set to visit hundreds of businesses to make sure income is being properly dec...

Bride and groom on top of cake

Why you are more likely to get divorced than switch insurers

Only one in five Australians switched insurance providers in the past 12 months, according to Roy Morgan, while the nation’s divorce rate ...

RBA

Wage rises for Australians are in the works, RBA says

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is putting its faith in strong employment data as it resists the temptation to cut the official cash rat...

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planning

Deloitte

Millennials v Gen Z: How they spend, save and work

New global research shows that Millennials and Gen Z have surprising attitudes towards work, money and the world around them. ...

Hays office signage

Will you get a pay rise this financial year?

After years of sedated salary growth, fresh research shows employers are more cashed up and ready to address skills shortages. ...

Bride and groom on top of cake

Most Australians think prenups are fair, so why haven’t they taken off?

New research conducted by ME Bank has shown that 74 per cent of Australians believe prenuptial agreements are fair and have merit. However, ...

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tax

Scott Morrison

Why your big tax cut might not happen

Scott Morrison’s promise for a tax cut to low and middle-income earners might not be going ahead this financial year, and here’s why. ...

Scott Morrison and John Howard

Biggest personal tax cuts in 10 years to get underway

Scott Morrison’s win over the weekend means a spate of tax cuts are on the way for low and middle-income Australians.  ...

Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten

Morrison v Shorten: The big-ticket policies for investors

The polling booths are almost open, and the roadmaps of both major parties are clear. Here are the headline policies impacting investors for...

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retirement

Retirees

How retirees are coping with the cost of living in Australia

While the record-low interest rates are helping mortgagees, retirees are feeling the pinch as the cost of living keeps rising, and their yie...

Old couple

We are living longer, but can we afford it?

Many Aussies struggle with day-to-day expenses alone, putting a sustainable retirement at risk for a whole generation of Australians.  ...

Dollar sign

How Australians are faring in saving for retirement

Nearly 5.5 million Australians struggle to meet their future needs in retirement. How do your savings stack up? ...

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superannuation

Chant West

How super funds performed for their members last month

There’s positive news for superannuation fund members, as the median growth fund benefited from the rally of the share market, growing by ...

Slater and Gordon

Why your insurance in superannuation could be at risk from July

Policyholders are being warned to be across the details and fine print of their superannuation account before 1 July to ensure they don’t ...

Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten

How the major parties plan to tackle wage theft

Labor and the Coalition have announced policies to tackle wage theft, which leaves Australians short-changed on their salary and other entit...

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smsf

Scott Morrison

Predictions for DIY super under Scott Morrison

Superannuation was caught in the budget and election battleground this year. Here’s what’s on the horizon for DIY superannuation for the...

Macquarie

Another bank set to ditch SMSF loans

A non-major bank has joined a line of other lenders that are exiting lending for DIY super investors. ...

Farm

Vacant land tax changes tipped to impact DIY super

There are changes in the pipeline for vacant land taxes, and some experts fear that this will adversely impact Australians who manage their ...

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Investment Insights

men carrying interest rates sign up a hill rates to drop prediction

Interest rate cut or continued standstill? Economists’ opinions divided

As household debt skyrockets, one financial expert insists interest rates may be forced to fall sooner rather than later. However, other eco...

AI and robotics have already changed the world as you know it

Your life is being made easier by artificial intelligence, and you probably haven’t even noticed. AI and robotics are revolutionising fiel...

US stock market pressure: Is there fire, or just smoke and noise?

As though bushfire season has come early, investors have been clouded with a haze of uncertainty in recent times. ...

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