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With less than ten weeks remaining to the end of the financial year, now is the time to start some serious tax planning. Getting ready for tax time should go well beyond bundling receipts into a shoe box for your accountant. The run up to 30 June is a critical time for investors to take...
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Back at uni? Do away with the poor student clichés with these money making and money saving tips. Students aren’t exactly known for rolling in cash, but by following these simple tips to save money at university you can make the most of what you’ve got. 1. Get a part-time job This might seem obvious, but part-time...
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A financial adviser can help you work out how to manage your money to help build your wealth and reach your goals.  Money may not buy happiness, but a sense of control over your finances, and working towards reaching your goals, just might. Good financial advice can help with this, by giving you the opportunity to...
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If you have family, dependents or debt, life insurance might be important, but one in four Aussies don’t know whether they have it. If you die and your life is insured, your beneficiaries receive a lump sum pay-out. This money can be the difference between the people who matter most to you enjoying a decent...
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Household debt in Australia is high but more of us are taking a sensible approach to debt management. Nationally, our household debt ratio is nudging 200%. On paper it means we owe twice as much in debt as we bring home in our pay packets each year. It sounds like an alarming figure but as...
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If your other half is a stay-at-home parent, working part-time or out of work, adding to their super could benefit you both financially. If your spouse (husband, wife, de facto or same-sex partner) is a low-income earner or not working at the moment, chances are they’re accumulating little or no super at all to fund...
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It is about now when those well-intentioned New Year resolutions start to come under pressure.   The summer holidays are behind us, schools are back and the rhythm of life is returning to a familiar routine. The bigger, bolder ambitions for the New Year are often the first to fall by the wayside simply because...
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f you’re a home owner who falls into the “asset rich, cash poor” category, a reverse mortgage could hold appeal in retirement. Over the next 40 years an estimated seven million Australians are expected to start living off their super savings, but many simply won’t have enough to enjoy a comfortable lifestyle. The benefit of a reverse...
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Take your product home, pay for it within the specified timeframe, get charged 0% interest. What could go wrong? Branded the modern-day layby, ‘buy now, pay later’ services essentially offer the same thing, except you get the product up front—the outfit, the watch, even certain domestic flights within Australia. If you haven’t heard of buy...
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The best of times can also be the most worrying of times for investors. As we head off on the journey that is destined to become 2018, investment markets have been both kind and – until this week at least – relatively benign. Suddenly headlines are screaming at us about the billions lost off market...
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