Noel Whittaker

About Author
Noel Whittaker is the author of Making Money Made Simple and numerous other books on personal finance. His advice is general in nature and readers should seek their own professional advice before making any financial decisions.

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ALL ARTICLES FROM Noel Whittaker

Finance

The big question: How much do I need to retire?

Personal finance expert Noel Whittaker tells how you can work out what you need.

Finance

Noel Whittaker reveals his investing rules

Personal finance expert Noel Whittaker turns teacher to explain the 'art' of investing.

Living in retirement

Noel Whittaker's checklist to help you start the New Year right

A contented retirement doesn't just happen - set goals and have this talk with … yourself.

Banking & Investment

The way forward in this low interest rate environment

Noel Whittaker says switching banks regularly for an extra 0.5 per cent is a mug's game.

Banking & Investment

The problem with honeymoon rates – and beware this new scam

Noel Whittaker tells whether Joan should continue to hunt better bank interest rates.

Banking & Investment

How to close an account and stop fees mounting up

Can a bank insist that you visit a branch in order to close an account?

Federal Budget

Budget hits and misses, according to Noel Whittaker

The Budget initiatives that will assist older Australians.

Banking & Investment

The problem with honeymoon rates – and beware this new scam

Noel Whittaker tells whether Joan should continue to hunt better bank interest rates.

Banking & Investment

Dos and don’ts when investing for the grandkids

What Noel Whittaker says about putting money aside for the grandchildren.

Banking & Investment

Why Jean must focus on growth – even at 64

Noel Whittaker answers your questions about super - and offers a money-saving tip.

Banking & Investment

Could an index fund grow your nest egg?

Noel Whittaker explains how index funds work.

Banking & Investment

Be prepared – things will get worse before they get better

COVID ‘widening gap between savvy money managers and those who live for the moment'.

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