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Banking & Investment

The Budget day decision set to sting retirees

Westpac’s chief economist expects the RBA to cut interest rates to just 0.10 per cent.

Retirement Income

Four simple things we can do right now to weather the storm

How to protect your nest egg and keep your retirement on track as COVID-19 challenges keep coming.

Banking & Investment

Why Jean must focus on growth – even at 64

Personal finance maestro Noel Whittaker answers your questions about super – and offers a money-saving tip.

Banking & Investment

If you’re over 50 and risk averse, is it still worth investing?

COVID and low interest rates are forcing a rethink on how to make the most of the nest egg.

Banking & Investment

If you’re over 50 and risk averse, is it still worth investing?

COVID and low interest rates are forcing a rethink on how to make the most of the nest egg.

Finance News

ASX flags surge in fake reports on social media

If you’re trying your hand at the stock market, be careful where your information is coming from.

Banking & Investment

Timing the share market is hard – just ask your super fund

If super funds are hesitant to aggressively time the markets, should you?

Banking & Investment

Timing the share market is hard – just ask your super fund

If super funds are hesitant to aggressively time the markets, should you?

Banking & Investment

Mum and dad investors a ‘train wreck waiting to happen’: ASIC

New and returned stock market ‘players’ were buying up big in the early months of the pandemic as super funds were selling hard, prompting fears their lack of experience may prove costly.

Banking & Investment

Could an index fund grow your nest egg?

Noel Whittaker explains how index funds work.

Banking & Investment

How to protect your portfolio when the market turns nasty

Could we have foreseen the devastating effects of COVID-19? Could we have prepared better? Financial analyst Russell Markham tells how he weathers such storms.

COVID-19

What COVID-19 taught us about investing for retirement income

Financial services executive Jeremy Duffield pits the ‘Bears’ against the ‘Goldilocks’ to see whose savings perform the best.

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