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Can you still sell your house?

Can you still sell your house?

Can you still sell your house?

It is still possible to buy and sell property, but the rules have changed.

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Things for investors to keep in mind

AMP’s chief economist provides some tips for thinking about your money and what to do ...

COVID-19 money must-dos

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COVID-19 money must-dos

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What the latest rate cut means to you

What the latest rate cut means to you

What the latest rate cut means to you

Noel Whittaker, Kirby Rappell and Russell Markham share their thoughts.

Super’s first victims of volatility

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Super’s first victims of volatility

Australia’s largest super funds not immune to effects of global pandemic.

Creating a will without legal help?

Creating a will without legal help?

Creating a will without legal help?

Arty wants to know if he can create a will without the help of a ...

Help from unlikely sources

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Help from unlikely sources

Banks offering relief on repayments, low-interest loans and ATO easing up on tax requirements.

Superannuation

Which retirees are worst off?

For the first time, there are now more people over the age of 65 than there are under the age of five.

Rating retirement

Super’s first victims of volatility

Australia’s largest super funds not immune to effects of global pandemic.

Keep panic in check

Is it too late to save your super?

Is it too late to save your super?

Save your savings

Banking & Investment

Alternatives to drawing on super

If you’re worried about your super in these turbulent times, it might be time to take another look at the third pillar of retirement funding – home equity.

Know your options

Things for investors to keep in mind

AMP’s chief economist provides some tips for thinking about your money and what to do with it.

Don’t panic yet

Home is where the cash is

Is a reverse mortgage right for you? Retired actuary and author John De Ravin takes us step by step through the strategy.

Asset rich but cash poor?

Credit Cards

Why your credit rating changed

Thousands of credit scores changed last week. We explain why.

Check your rating

Avoid credit card fraud

In the eyes of scammers and thieves, credit cards are the holy grail. Here’s what you should know to avoid becoming the next victim.

Be suspicious

Banks’ ‘dirty little secret’

As official cash rates plummet, hurting older Australians with cash in the bank, credit card rates are a potential trap for all.

Check cost of your card

Property

Alternatives to drawing on super

If you’re worried about your super in these turbulent times, it might be time to take another look at the third pillar of retirement funding – home equity.

Know your options

Can you still sell your house?

It is still possible to buy and sell property, but the rules have changed.

Selling houses online

Home is where the cash is

Is a reverse mortgage right for you? Retired actuary and author John De Ravin takes us step by step through the strategy.

Asset rich but cash poor?

Insurance

Why review your health cover?

With health funds set to lift the price of cover within days, we asked an expert in the field how to minimise the damage.

Review and save

How to ensure you get a refund

The ACCC has issued advice for consumers when events, flights or travel services are cancelled.

Refund rights

Why do you have health insurance?

What you want – and need – from a health insurer.

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Legal & General

The many guises of a valid will

An unsent SMS, a message on a tractor, a poem: the courts say a valid will can take many forms.

Wills in the digital age

Creating a will without legal help?

Arty wants to know if he can create a will without the help of a lawyer.

DIY will or won’t?

When granny flat deals go bad

An ageing population and aged care concerns may lead to more family care arrangements.

Granny flat worry

Mortgage & Home Loans

Home is where the cash is

Is a reverse mortgage right for you? Retired actuary and author John De Ravin takes us step by step through the strategy.

Asset rich but cash poor?

Boomers spending kids’ inheritance

Baby boomers are spending about $1 billion of their children’s inheritance every year by gradually cashing in the equity in their homes, says new report.

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Why we must plan for death

Financial planner Helen Baker guides us through the really important conversation that many of us prefer to postpone – repeatedly.

Be clear to be kind

Seniors Finance

Alternatives to drawing on super

If you’re worried about your super in these turbulent times, it might be time to take another look at the third pillar of retirement funding – home equity.

Know your options

What happens online when you die?

Knowing how to deactivate online accounts when loved ones die can save you a lot of pain.

Digital death

Life is for living, while funds last

Increased longevity is heaping real pressure on retirees’ finances.

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Finance News

Can you still sell your house?

It is still possible to buy and sell property, but the rules have changed.

Selling houses online

Things for investors to keep in mind

AMP’s chief economist provides some tips for thinking about your money and what to do with it.

Don’t panic yet

COVID-19 money must-dos

There may still be some things you can do to protect what you have and possibly prepare for a turn for the worse.

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