Money

Wed 15 Aug 2018

Managed funds: Look around, shop around

Managed funds: Look around, shop around

WHAT'S staggering is that there is currently about $330 billion of investors' capital sitting in underperforming funds.

Tue 14 Aug 2018

Big Tesla questions loom after Musk reveals Saudi link

Big Tesla questions loom after Musk reveals Saudi link

Tesla has revealed he is in talks with Saudi Arabia to take Tesla private, but some big questions remain.

Turnbull finally claims victory on energy policy

Turnbull finally claims victory on energy policy

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has won support for his energy policy at a coalition party room meeting today.

Government action needed now to fix pension poverty

Government action needed now to fix pension poverty

JOEL Pringle is the passionate voice of the Fix Pension Poverty campaign which is pushing for the Federal Government to provide an adequate Aged Pension.

Mon 13 Aug 2018

Double the gains on your tax refund with smart choices

Double the gains on your tax refund with smart choices

GETTING money back from the government is always something to celebrate, and it's not often we receive a lump sum windfall.

Thu 9 Aug 2018

What limitations can you encounter with bequests?

What limitations can you encounter with bequests?

WILLS and estate planning lawyer Dylan Heffernan of the Sydney law firm McCabes works through what are some of the limitations with giving bequests.

Wed 8 Aug 2018

CBA records first profit dip in over a decade

CBA records first profit dip in over a decade

COMMONWEALTH Bank has reported a dramatic fall in annual profit, mostly drive by a $700 million penalty paid to AUSTRAC after breaching anti-money laundering laws.

Expert advice: Learn to make better investment decisions

Expert advice: Learn to make better investment decisions

WEALTH coach Andrew Heaven answers two questions around investments, allocated pension and superannuation funds.

Tue 7 Aug 2018

Why the RBA decided to keep rates at a record low

Why the RBA decided to keep rates at a record low

THE board of Australia's Reserve Bank has decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 1.50 per cent.

Aged care: Why you need to talk

Aged care: Why you need to talk

Baby Boomers have invented the culture of an active, healthy retirement, but a majority still fail to plan for what comes once the travel slows down.

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