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Electricity bills explained

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Is property a good investment?

Is property a good investment?

Considering buying an investment property, but is this still the best way to make money?

Financial pitfalls of downsizing

Financial pitfalls of downsizing

Craig Hall from NICRI answers a question on the pitfalls of downsizing

Your home, your asset

Your home, your asset

The pension ramifications of downsizing the family home.

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 ...

Using super to pay out mortgage

Using super to pay out mortgage

Could Karoline use her super to pay out her mortgage and still get an Age ...

Top ten DIY tips

Top ten DIY tips

While the idea of DIY may be as appealing as pulling your own teeth, ...

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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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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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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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