It's possible for a well-advised and fortunate couple to still build a superannuation pile of more than $7 million.
Michael Pascoe is a BusinessDay contributing editor. He comments on companies, markets and the economy.
If the government and Labor were serious about budget savings, they could agree to scrap a $1.8 billion tax lurk that benefits the few at the expense of the majority.
The central bank's inflation targeting has been loosened a touch to start Phil Lowe's term as governor.
If you were hoping the superannuation proposals the government took to the election would provide certainty around super for years to come, you will be disappointed.
History is beckoning: Cross the floor to bring on a parliamentary vote on marriage equality and achieve something your grandchildren will be proud off.
Overlooked amid the latest market roiling is the best news for the global economy since China primed the capitalist pump.
Living in Australia, there's a danger of taking James Morrison for granted. Glenn Stevens has become a bit like that too.
There's more than a little irony in at least some of the Australian dollar's latest gyrations being attributed to Glenn Stevens' exit interview remarks. He actually dissed monetary policy's exchange rate power.
The fallout from Sam Dastyari's entitlement and stupidity is considerably greater than his unimportant political career.
GDP data on Wednesday is tipped to confirm it's been 100 quarters since our last recession. Raise your bat, Australia – we're the second nation to ever score such a century.