Money

Mon 16 Sep 2019

There's a strong case for thinking global investment

There's a strong case for thinking global investment

WHAT a crazy world we live in. A new market index has been launched that measures the impact of US President Donald Trump's tweets on global asset markets.

Mon 9 Sep 2019

Are you a deal hunter?

Are you a deal hunter?

WE ALL like to think we're deal hunters. The trouble is, we often sweat the small stuff without seeing the bigger picture.

Wed 4 Sep 2019

It's your money not someone else's

It's your money not someone else's

ALAN Kohler says you don't need to be an expert to manage your money well, but you do need to know how to choose trustworthy advisers and services.

Tue 3 Sep 2019

Weird Bali problem costing Aussies thousands

Weird Bali problem costing Aussies thousands

A lot of Australians travelling to Bali are making insurance claims because of this very bizarre, but very expensive problem.

Sat 31 Aug 2019

Australia’s staggering reliance on China

Australia’s staggering reliance on China

China has grown to become Australia’s largest trading partner but has the economy come to rely on them too much?

Thu 29 Aug 2019

Retirees heading back to work

Retirees heading back to work

As older Australians live longer, some are returning to workforce years after they retired. It pays to know the financial issues that can result from this...

Top tips on when and how to retire

Top tips on when and how to retire

Deciding how and when to retire is one of the biggest decisions in life

Mon 26 Aug 2019

28-year-old billionaire’s ‘filthy’ move

28-year-old billionaire’s ‘filthy’ move

Hugh Grosvenor owns more land than the Queen and has a vast, $16.9 billion fortune. But his latest venture could leave 141 people homeless.

$30b wiped off Aussie share market as Trump's war continues

$30b wiped off Aussie share market as Trump's war continues

The ASX and Aussie dollar have plunged this morning as investors react to Donald Trump’s escalation of the US-China trade war.

Kick the credit card habit

Kick the credit card habit

AFTER decades of developing a credit card habit, Australians are ditching cards by the hundreds of thousands.

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