Noel Whittaker, better known as the Financial Wizard of Oz, has been helping Aussies make the most of their money for decades. Source: Noel Whittaker
A person's superannuation is not assessed by Centrelink until they have reached pensionable age. Source: Getty
Death duties and taxes: Can’t we just let sleeping dogs lie?
Make sure you take expert advice before any action. Source: Getty
Under the bring-forward rules, a member can bring forward up to three-years-worth of contributions and make one large contribution in the one year. Source: Getty
Is there a storm brewing in the world of interest rates? Noel Whittaker gives the forecast. Source: Getty.
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Noel Whittaker says that bringing in a death tax wouldn't be easy. Source: Getty.
Noel Whittaker puts pen to paper to share some helpful tips on surviving the economy. Source: Getty.

About Noel Whittaker

Noel Whittaker’s voice and writing is known to millions of Australians through his regular appearances on ABC radio and Channel 9 and his weekly columns in major newspapers. No personal financial conundrum is too tricky for the former owner of one of Queensland’s biggest financial planning companies. Noel’s written 22 books that have sold more than two million copies in all, including Making Money Made Simple, which was recently named as one of the top 100 most influential books of the past century. He’s a Member of the Order of Australia, an independent director of ASX-listed VGI Global, a chartered tax adviser, a member of the Australian Securities and Investment Commission’s regional liaison committee and an executive in residence and adjunct professor with the faculty of business at the Queensland University of Technology.