23 Nov 2017
Impact of dementia on estate plans will be a ‘big issue’
As Australia’s ageing population grows, there’s a “much greater need” for estate plans that that factor in the impacts of dementia and Alzheim...
3 Nov 2017
What will your digital footprint look like?
Social media accounts can survive their users, so the digital footprint we leave behind “should not be ignored”, an estate planner has said. ...
20 Oct 2017
Am I too old to upskill? Experts weigh in
With automation set to fuel the Australian gig economy, older Aussies are feeling insecure about not only their jobs, but also future upskilling requi...
18 Oct 2017
Six things estate planners want you to know
Following an unusual decision last week that saw an unsent text stand up in court as a will; one estate planner has urged Australians to seek advice w...
11 Oct 2017
Court accepts unsent text as will, costing estate ‘tens of thousands’
A court has found that an unsent text can count as a will, ending a bitter legal dispute but costing the estate “potentially over $100,000”. ...
11 Oct 2017
Financial illiteracy could be costing Aussies $240,000
Australians “have a problem with money” but could be $240,000 richer at retirement if they sorted it out, Sunsuper has said. Write comment...
2 Oct 2017
Why is a growth mindset important?
By looking for opportunities to learn, rather than putting problems in the too-hard basket, businesses and individuals can adapt with the world as it ...
26 Sep 2017
Where’s the next GFC going to come from?
The Japanese debt burden, China’s credit growth, the unwinding of quantitative easing by central banks and rising populism are just a few potential ...
25 Sep 2017
Is China’s downgrading a cause for concern?
China’s credit rating has been downgraded by a major ratings agency due to the financial risks that accompanied the country’s prolonged “strong ...
22 Sep 2017
Five things that could derail the global economy
The global economy is in better shape than it was a year ago and the pick-up is no “flash in the pan”, but that doesn’t mean it’s risk-free. ...
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