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Andrew Moore

Myth-busting Millennials showcase money-saving behaviour

Millennials’ strong money-saving habits could foretell an “unexpected development” for the future of individual wealth in Australia, a...

Helen Baker

Do you know what financial abuse looks like?

Financial abuse can be subtle, with one partner gradually taking control over banking and other financial transactions. ...

Jodie Hampshire

5 reasons a financial adviser is a worthy investment

Financial advisers can offer a potential lifetime partnership with “worlds apart” value-add of more than half a million dollars for the ...

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investing

Chaz Prezident

How Aussie start-ups are creating big value for investors

The positive impact of investing in start-ups for Australian society is one reason a prominent accountant and crowdfunding platform CEO woul...

86 400

Australia has a new bank, have you heard of it?

Australia’s traditional banking scene is about to be shaken up by a new kid on the block, with the entrance of a “smart” bank to the m...

EY

How the world’s best are using tech to boost creativity and bottom lines

The world’s biggest advice and advisory giants are using artificial intelligence to create a more productive, lucrative and creative workf...

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podcast

All things Robo, artificial intelligence and exchange-traded fund

Host David Stratford is joined by Kanish Chugh, co-head of sales from ETF Securities, and Richard Lightbound, CEO of EMEA Asia for Robo Glob...

Julia Lee, Bell Direct

Why investors shouldn’t be afraid of a slow down in the market

In this episode of the Nest Egg podcast, host David Stratford is joined by equity strategist Julia Lee from Bell Direct. Julia reveals where...

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...

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opinion

Paul Chapman

The first half of the year may almost be gone, but you can still get your financial resolutions back on track

A new year is a popular time to change long-held financial habits, such as overspending on the credit card, failing to budget or not saving ...

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...

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property

Finder

The life hack saving home owners thousands

Millions of home owners are being urged to “make hay while the sun shines” as historic low interest rates make it easier for borrowers t...

Australian Bureau of Statistics

How Australians are tracking with home ownership this year

A new report shows that it’s harder than ever for home owners, as the number of renters rise and the proportion of households that have pa...

Auction

Auction clearance rates on the way up

A weekend auction clearance rate of 69 per cent across all of Australia’s capital cities has highlighted auction success despite a lower l...

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saving

Andrew Moore

Myth-busting Millennials showcase money-saving behaviour

Millennials’ strong money-saving habits could foretell an “unexpected development” for the future of individual wealth in Australia, a...

Canstar

How savers are feeling the pinch as popular banks drop rates

Savers, retirees in particular, will continue to feel the pinch as the big four begin cutting interest rates on cash accounts.  ...

Michele Levine

How personal wealth is tracking for the average Australian

Australians are wealthier today than they were pre-GFC, despite now experiencing a short-term decline in household net worth, according to a...

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planning

Helen Baker

Do you know what financial abuse looks like?

Financial abuse can be subtle, with one partner gradually taking control over banking and other financial transactions. ...

Jodie Hampshire

5 reasons a financial adviser is a worthy investment

Financial advisers can offer a potential lifetime partnership with “worlds apart” value-add of more than half a million dollars for the ...

CBA

CBA joins spate of lenders changing mortgage terms

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has changed its mortgage serviceability terms, making the hurdles to accessing finance lower for new clie...

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tax

ATO

In pursuit of ATO #TaxBoss status? Avoid these 4 mistakes

The Tax Office wants individuals to “nail” their return this financial year and learn from the mistakes of others, so it has revealed th...

ATO

The tax cuts and cash boosters in the works for Australians

The effectiveness of the Morrison government’s income tax cuts has been called into question, but one tax expert has outlined some of the...

Grattan Institute

The hurdles facing your promised tax cuts

New research released by the Grattan Institute has suggested that the Morrison government’s spate of tax cuts could cost $85 billion in t...

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retirement

Chris Andrews

Older Australians are set to get a cash break, but some are saying it’s not enough

The government has announced changes to the deeming rates, which impact how means and income testing is conducted. ...

Chris Andrews

How to chase higher returns on cash investments in 2019

In a low interest world where authorised deposit-taking institutions are offering as low as 0.10 per cent on savings accounts, savvy investo...

Challenger

How many Australians are on the pension?

New research suggests that less than half of recently age-eligible Australians are accessing the aged pension, meaning they have adequate sa...

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superannuation

Chant West

How did your super perform this financial year?

Two super funds, with completely different strategies, have topped this year’s returns, according to new research. ...

KPMG building

New super scheme could see you retire with an extra $200k

An overhaul of the Australian superannuation system could see Australians retiring up to $190,000 better off, according to a new report.  ...

Grattan Institute

Contentious research challenges planned super changes

New research suggests that raising compulsory superannuation to 12 per cent of wages would make middle class Australian workers $30,000 a ye...

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smsf

David Elia

This big Aussie super fund has opened its doors to DIY investors

One of Australia’s major super funds has launched an offering aimed at self-managed super fund members. ...

AMP

Property, tax deductions and super: Everything you need to know

When it comes to real estate, tax deductions and concessions for an SMSF depend on the property type and how it is used. Let’s look at the...

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...

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Investment Insights

Paul Chapman

The first half of the year may almost be gone, but you can still get your financial resolutions back on track

A new year is a popular time to change long-held financial habits, such as overspending on the credit card, failing to budget or not saving ...

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...

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