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A huge number of Australian retirees are going without financial advice, according to new research from Franklin Templeton.
More than half of Australian retirees believe financial advice is important for retirement planning, but only 24 per cent are working with a financial adviser.
“Given ongoing market volatility and pro...
A whole host of changes to tax, superannuation and minimum wages are coming on July 1. Here’s a guide to help you get across it all before Monday.
The end of the financial year is fast approaching when Australians will be flooded with a whole range of changes.
From looming tax concessions to a superannuation overhaul, as w...
THE ATO wants to claw back an extra $900 from every Australian — and there are some “red flags” that will catch their attention.
FAILING to list your spouse, claiming the maximum “receipt-less” deductions or forgetting to update your personal details are among the 10 things likely to get your tax return “red flagged” by...
INTERNATIONAL Free Hugs Day is nearly here.
Also known as July 1, 2018, the start of the new financial year brings with it the usual raft of changes to fees, charges, taxes, rules, regulations and laws.
Here’s what you need to know.
POWER PRICES TO DROP
Power bills are set to fall slightly across the country from July 1, wit...
The housing market growth cycle has reached its 52nd month – that’s over 4 years – with September recording further gains across most capital cities.
While Sydney and Melbourne figures continue to dominate the headlines, there have also been some more surprising results in Canberra, Adelaid...
Australia is one of the most underinsured and financially illiterate nations in the developed world, with advisers having a “critical role to play”, new research by Zurich has revealed.
According to the 2016 Income Protection Gap report – conducted by Zurich in partnership with Oxford University and which surveyed 11,000...
Investing during times of market stress and volatility can be difficult. For this reason it’s useful for investors to keep the following in mind.
1. Be aware that there is always a cycle
The historical experience of investment markets – be they bonds, shares, property or infrastructure – constantly reminds us they go throu...
My wife is an accountant - so between the two of us we've got the whole salary sacrifice thing down pat, and we both love getting those franking credits back at tax time...
Long term we think we've got it sorted - pay down the mortgage, regularly contributing to our super funds, and eventually retire somewhere near the...
The federal regulator is currently implementing major and unprecedented changes to the Australian mortgage industry.
Given governmental concerns over the booming property market, particularly in Sydney and Melbourne, a range of rules are being introduced that specifically target investment loans
APRA (Australian Pruden...
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