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18 Apr 2018
Learn the share market: a school holiday activity?
These school holidays, parents should consider adding “sensible money management” to their children’s vacation to-do lists, an Australian bank h...
11 Apr 2018
New app wants to ‘revolutionise’ your saving habits
A digital lender has launched a new spend-tracker in the hopes of revolutionising Aussies’ saving habits. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
6 Apr 2018
Lost your money? Make sure your health doesn't follow
Money can’t buy you happiness (apparently), but losing it could cost you your life, a new report has found. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
6 Apr 2018
Financial heavyweight says sorry to short-changed customers
A major bank will make a $3 million community benefit payment after charging fees to customers while denying them essential services. Write co...
4 Apr 2018
The price of financial freedom
It’s an esoteric question, but ask yourself this – how much does it cost to be free? Write comment (0 Comments) ...
3 Apr 2018
How one six pack of beer can cost $59,482
Cutting a weekly six pack out of your diet could save more than just your health, new analysis suggests. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
29 Mar 2018
Hello bunny, goodbye money
The chocolate-related stomach discomfort should be subsiding by now, but Australians’ wallets could still be uncomfortable following the Easter splu...
23 Mar 2018
The ‘common misconception’ that could add to your mortgage
This financing arrangement is often considered a last resort, but according to a financial services CEO, avoiding it is not always a good idea either....
19 Mar 2018
Son-of-a-bitcoin: ATO warns of crypto scammers
More than $50,000 has already been lost to scammers posing as the ATO and demanding bitcoin, the Tax Office has said, pleading for caution. Wr...
16 Mar 2018
NPP continues to address fraud risk: RBA
Fraud risks within the New Payments Platform are inevitable, so efforts to address them will be continuous, the Reserve Bank of Australia has said...
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Bill Shorten’s proposal to reform dividend imputation has ruffled a few feathers. Is the pitch:
An attack on self-funded retirees
A necessary reform of Australia’s tax system
A politically-fuelled manoeuvre
Not enough to repair the budget
An attack on self-funded retirees ( 50.7% )
A necessary reform of Australia’s tax system ( 18.6% )
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Not enough to repair the budget ( 5.4% )