Personal finance

7 tips for finding the right financial adviser

01 Sep 2015 By Sarah Riegelhuth
There’s been a lot of talk in recent weeks over women’s financial security, with one of the biggest news pieces of the month being the…
How many of you go out for window shopping but end up spending a lot because you just had to have that dress or bag?…
Personal tax deadline is 31 October Thousands of Australians delay the inevitable by waiting to the last minute to file their personal tax return. Perhaps…
Change in life can feel uplifting, surreal, and sometimes so large and daunting that it can be difficult to see anything beyond it. Being surrounded…

Think you can work to 70? Think again

28 Jul 2015 By Jenny Cattach
While the Age Pension qualification age may rise to 70 years by the year 2035, women have less chance than men of working beyond the…
Breaking into the housing market is as tough as it’s ever been. But the last thing first time buyers should do is panic and rush…

Five tips for banishing debt

07 Jul 2015 By Obu Ramaraj
Debt can feel overwhelming, as if it is never going to go away. This is especially common for someone who has an impulse to buy…

What women need to know about investing

01 Jul 2015 By Jenny Cattach
Last month I wrote about the Australian Securities and Investment Commission's recently released Australian Financial Attitudes and Behaviour Tracker, which found men are much more…
It is sometimes sad to see that women (and even men) work so hard, earn a decent wage and still live from paycheck to paycheck.…
Property has been a popular route to wealth for Australians for many years. Women are now becoming active investors. As with any investment, there is…
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) has found only 20% of women understand what 'risk return trade-off' means and 35% understand the term 'diversification'.…
Who doesn’t want the freedom of becoming rich? Building financial freedom is the dream, the ultimate goal, for lots of us when we start working.…
A survey by the Australian Psychological Society has found that the number one stressor for women is money – yet shopping ranks highly amongst the…
Here is a typical family – one or both partners earn a wage, wife takes care of day-to-day finances – she pays bills and does…
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