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Five costly money mistakes

Five costly money mistakes

We suggest five financial faux pas you should rectify as soon as possible.

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Managing inheritance expectations

Managing inheritance expectations

A few common-sense steps could make for a harmonious distribution of your wealth

Spruce up your home for less

Spruce up your home for less

A few simple tasks can have your home looking like a million dollars in no ...

Aged care funding options

Aged care funding options

Maurice Patane outlines some of the aged care funding options available.

Rogue credit fixers on the rise

Rogue credit fixers on the rise

Finding out that you have a default on your credit report can be a shock.

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The ten worst retirement planning mistakes

The ten worst retirement planning mistakes

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Low income energy rebate increase

Low income energy rebate increase

From 1 July 2011, the Low Income Household Rebate replaced the Energy rebate, and is paid at the rate of $200 per annum.

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Save your superannuation

Save your superannuation

Australians on average having four super accounts, this can be a large proportion of your retirement income. Now is the time to consider consolidating your superannuation.

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Money milestones

Money milestones

Managing your money doesn’t get any easier as you get older, but there are certain money milestones of which you can take advantage.

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What to ask a financial adviser

What to ask a financial adviser

Starting on the right foot with a financial advisor can help ensure you get the most from your meeting. YOURLifeChoices has 50 useful questions you may wish to ask.

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