Banking & Investment

YourLifeChoices Banking & Investment page is aimed at giving you the correct information on the Federal Governments Assets Test and the latest information on Managed Funds so you can make the right decisions!

Banking recommendations fall victim to credit-fuelled COVID recovery

Fewer than half of the banking inquiry recommendations have been implemented.

How COVID-19 has changed the way we bank: report

The pandemic has led Australians to be more engaged with their financial affairs.

Government bonds explained: How they work and how to buy them

Government bonds present an alternative option to investing in shares.

'Cash has an important role to play': RBA talks down going cashless

Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe says we'll always need an emergency payment method.

Noel Whittaker tells why you must understand your risk profile

Identify your risk profile and your preferred investment options become much clearer.

The 60 per cent sweetener with annuities and your pension

Many people are unaware that the ways annuities are assessed changed last year.

Explainer: ETFs for total beginners

With almost zero interest on bank deposits and fewer dividends, time to consider ETFs.

COVID’s financial fallout hit Australians harder than neighbours

Australians may have dodged the health impacts, but COVID hit investments hard.

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.

‘Harmful law’: Coalition slammed for major financial overhaul

More than 100 groups have attacked the government's plan to axe safe lending laws.

What is a granny flat interest and how can it help you?

A granny flat interest is an agreement for accommodation for life.

Around 368,000 eligible to join class action against big four bank

Federal Court to notify those eligible to join consumer credit class action.

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