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Six savvy ways to get out of debt and get ahead

2022-05-24T09:15:18+09:00

It’s easy to walk into debt, but so much harder to get out of it. You must own your mess and know that your financial reason for living is to pay down your debt, writes Glen James author of Sort Your Money Out & Get Invested.

Six savvy ways to get out of debt and get ahead2022-05-24T09:15:18+09:00

Inflation, deflation – what’s in a name?

2022-05-17T11:39:06+09:00

When the inflation rate fell into negative territory in the June quarter, it was so unusual it begged the question of what this means for the economy. Are we facing deflation or even stagflation and what is the difference?

Inflation, deflation – what’s in a name?2022-05-17T11:39:06+09:00

The road ahead for shares

2022-05-03T10:08:58+09:00

Trying to time investment markets is difficult if not impossible at the best of times, let alone now. The war in Ukraine, rising inflation and interest rates and an upcoming federal election have all added to market uncertainty and volatility.

The road ahead for shares2022-05-03T10:08:58+09:00

Sharing super a win-win for couples

2022-04-26T10:20:09+09:00

Australia’s superannuation system is based on individual accounts, with men and women treated equally. But that’s where equality ends. It’s a simple fact that women generally retire with much less super than men.

Sharing super a win-win for couples2022-04-26T10:20:09+09:00

Budgeting for success in 4 easy steps

2022-04-05T09:43:49+09:00

With all eyes on the Federal Budget and balancing the nation’s books, it’s a good time to review your personal balance sheet. If it’s not as healthy as you would like, perhaps it’s time to do a little budget repair of your own.

Budgeting for success in 4 easy steps2022-04-05T09:43:49+09:00

Federal Budget 2022-23 Analysis

2022-03-30T08:03:48+09:00

Billed as a Budget for families with a focus on relieving short-term cost of living pressures, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s fourth Budget also has one eye firmly on the federal election in May.

Federal Budget 2022-23 Analysis2022-03-30T08:03:48+09:00

What to expect in 2022

2022-03-15T08:34:14+09:00

Investment returns are unpredictable. Take last year, for example. Few would have predicted that the price of coffee beans would outperform global share markets.

What to expect in 20222022-03-15T08:34:14+09:00