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Would you return an 'accidental' six-figure deposit?
Accidental deposits happen sometimes; people get account numbers mixed up, and the funds go to a confused recipient who will,...
Why you should be talking more about death with loved ones
It is inevitable, everyone is going to die. You can’t escape that. It is the reason palliative care expert Lara...
Ways to help your children invest for the future
It’s no secret, getting onto the property ladder today is harder than ever for your children and grandchildren. According to...
New shopping technique claims to save thousands on groceries
We’ve all been guilty of overspending at the grocery store, especially if there’s a two for one special on a...
‘Facing my financial fears helped me sort my superannuation’
Cassie says she was scared of being told she’d spend her retirement eating cat food. ...
Nearly half of Aussies robbed at checkout
If you’re anything like the rest of the population, more often than not, you don’t check your receipt after buying groceries. ...
Watch out for these limited edition coins in your change
A limited edition set of coins is being released, featuring a magical children’s book character. Woolworths is releasing Royal Australian...
Australian property prices have reached a new record
For years now, we’ve been hearing that property prices in Australia are outstripping the cost of living. With constant debate...
Target recalls common kitchen item amid fears it could explode
Target is scrambling to recall a potentially life-threatening toaster amid fears an internal component failure could cause a fire or...
Don't get caught out on the new superannuation rule
You could be missing out on the benefits of a new superannuation rule and not even realise it. The new...
Industry vs corporate super funds: which performs best?
Navigating the mire that is often associated with superannuation funds can often amount to a lot of head scratching. Especially...
Pensioners worse off once again amidst more government cuts
Malcolm Turnbull’s government is sure to be unpopular as people begin to realise just what it’s up to. The Courier-Mail today reported...
Australia's new $10 note is almost here
First it was the fiver and now Australia is set to get a brand new $10 note. Just like it’s...
Big Four in firing line following CBA's epic fail
The Commonwealth Bank is in a world of trouble with both the Reserve Bank (RBA) and the Australian Securities and...
Murdoch empire crumbling faster than anyone expected
Rupert Murdoch’s US media group News Corp has reported a loss of $430 million in the past quarter as revenues slipped...
Renting in retirement will cost you more than you imagined
Various studies have shown that the number of Australians who achieve home ownership in their 30s and 40s is steadily...
Carrie Fisher's will reveals daughter's cut of estate
New court documents have reportedly revealed just exactly what late actress Carrie Fisher left her only daughter, Billie Lourd. According...
Watchdog accuses car companies of ripping off new car buyers
Market watchdog the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has its sights set on the new car industry after complaints about...
Let's Talk: Who should have been fired for CBA's stuff up?
In the midst of damning money-laundering allegations, the Commonwealth Bank today released a statement outlining what changes it had made...
Top tips for readying a loved one’s finances for residential aged care
Planning is key to avoiding even more stress at an already difficult time....
The age of entitlement: who gets what?
Discussing finance with your siblings can cause all kinds of trouble, especially if you’re talking about your parents’ money and how...
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Changes to home care: what you need to know
Find out what the February 2017 changes could mean for you or a loved one.