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Calls to cap tax advice deductions

Calls to cap tax advice deductions

Calls to cap tax advice deductions

Labor’s $3000 limit on accounting deductions will only hit millionaires.

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Seven common retirement mistakes

Seven common retirement mistakes

Seven common retirement mistakes

When it comes to retirement, knowing what not to do is just as important as ...

How older Australians can refinance their mortgage

How older Australians can refinance their mortgage

How older Australians can refinance their mortgage

Don’t believe the myth that older borrowers can’t refinance their home loan.

Should you really refinance?

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Should you really refinance?

Is refinancing your debt always the best way to get your finances in order?

How to be richer this time next year

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How to be richer this time next year

These seven tips should see you be richer in a year's time.

Limits for selling on eBay

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Limits for selling on eBay

When selling items on eBay or similar, does Centrelink monitor this income?

Making an aged care complaint

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Making an aged care complaint

What do you do if something is amiss with your aged care services?

Superannuation

Super changes lead to Liberal unrest

Upset millionaire seemingly seeks his revenge on Financial Services Minister.

Party infighting

Super and the Age Pension

Understanding whether your super is assessed as income or an asset is vital.

Pension pointers

How to take control of your super

New products allow investors to be more active in their superannuation.

Take the power back

Banking & Investment

Banking sector opportunity

Marcus Padley looks at what the bank levy means for bank shares.

An opportunity?

Is some of this $1.1 billion yours?

ASIC urges Australians to do a search to find if they are owed missing money.

Start the search

Maximising your investment

Allow GormanKelly to negotiate the best outcome for you and your portfolio.

Can you be making more?

Credit Cards

Banish Christmas credit card woes

Here are five simple ways to banish credit card woes over the festive season.

No New Year hangover

Christmas credit card safety

It’s easy to miss fraudulent transactions on your accounts over the busy festive period.

Don't get caught out

Clear credit card debt by Christmas

You can clear credit card debt by Christmas. Here’s how …

Be free of debt

Property

Market squeeze locking out renters

Renters are being pushed out of the market with fewer affordable properties.

Pensioners hardest hit

Property self-management myths

Managing a commercial investment property is often bet left to professionals.

Call the professionals

RBA warns of property bubble

The Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe has warned of a dangerous property bubble.

Should you worry?

Insurance

Is some of this $1.1 billion yours?

ASIC urges Australians to do a search to find if they are owed missing money.

Start the search

Save on your health insurance

If you or a family member has served in the defence force you could save.

Are you eligible?

Is your claim at risk?

Are you risking your insurance claim being rejected?

Double check

Legal & General

Blocking inheritance of family home

Legal expert Rod Cunich offers this general advice to Kerry’s inheritance question.

Cutting sister out

Is one executor of a will enough?

Rod Cunich answers your questions and simplifies the intricacies of estate planning.

Retirement Bootcamp

Threats of disinheritance

Legal expert Rod Cunich helps Rob deal with threats of disinheritance.

What are my rights?

Mortgage & Home Loans

How older Australians can refinance their mortgage

Don’t believe the myth that older borrowers can’t refinance their home loan.

Home loans

The pros and cons of downsizing

Should you downsize? Listing the pros and cons may help you to decide.

Is it right for you?

Pros and cons of equity release

A number of Australians are considering equity release products, to manage finances.

Is it for you?

Seniors Finance

Tips to banish impulse buys

Avoiding impulse buys and having more money in your pocket is a great feeling.

Save don't spend

10 terrible spending habits

Spending less than you earn sounds easy, but there are traps out there.

Get back on track

Best cars under $30,000

Here are some of the best large car buys for the budget conscious shopper.

Which one will you drive?

Finance News

Debt management firms in the gun

ASIC fines debt resolution firm, orders others to remove misleading information.

About time

How you’re seduced into spending

These clever tactics are designed to make you spend money.

Know their tricks

Human Services email scam

How can Catherine tell if a Human Services email is a scam?

Don't get caught out

News

Retirees seeking financial advice

Older Australians are taking control and acting to save their own retirements.

Taking control of retirement

Consumer leases in the gun

Consumers Federation calls for crackdown on predatory loan practices.

Time for a change

Should you really refinance?

Is refinancing your debt always the best way to get your finances in order?

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