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Food

Are grocery supplies at risk from truck driver strike?

Around 7000 truck drivers employed by one of Australia's largest transport firms are on strike across the country today.

Banking & Investment

Pensioner's plight highlights need for better bank behaviour

Consumer groups have outlined 100 ways for banks to improve their behaviour.

Superannuation

Will your super fund still be in business in five years?

Mergers shake up the sector with most - but not all - saying that's good for fund members.

Finance News

Taxing wealth can solve ageing population's health woes

There is no reason why Australia's ageing population should put health budgets under pressure, given the amount of untaxed wealth in the economy.

Finance News

Five financial apps to get your money working for you

Whether you want to get your finances in order or grow your nest egg, these five apps will help get you get there.

Property

How to make rooftop solar panels more efficient

Two identical office buildings side by side in Sydney's Barangaroo provided a perfect opportunity for solar energy researchers to test a long-held hunch.

Retirement Affordability Index

The big three retirement risks (and how to protect yourself against them)

Does your retirement income plan - or lack of a plan - keep you awake at night? These may be the key flaws.

Retirement Affordability Index

How to ensure your retirement will be plagued by worry and uncertainty

They have been called the golden years, but they'll turn to tin if you make these mistakes.

Superannuation

Super steams ahead, but advice could drive a better retirement

Superannuation has started the year strongly as a report reveals seeking advice could lead to even better retirement outcomes.

Seniors Finance

Up to 70% off and 30% cashback in major Aussie retailers' mega sale

Afterpay Day sales offer shoppers 70 per cent off a range of goods and ShopBack is offering 30 per cent cashback on purchases made with reputable sellers.

Superannuation

Industry plea to change law to allow lost super accounts to earn interest

Superannuation industry figures want the law changed to allow inactive super accounts to reap the benefits of buoyant returns.

Superannuation

The government's super changes will most help wealthy tax dodgers

The biggest beneficiaries to the extension of the halving of minimum drawdown rates are wealthy retirees.

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