Clancy Yeates 'Bill shock'' normally refers to the unpleasant experience of receiving an enormous phone or electricity bill. But it could just as easily apply to insurance.
Lesley Parker Consumer credit insurance - marketed alongside credit cards and personal loans as a way to protect your ability to meet repayments - remains on the Australian Securities and Investments Commission's...
The chairwoman of Choice, Jenni Mack, says when you buy life insurance, a commission of about 130 per cent of your first year's premium, then 10 per cent to 30 per cent each year after that, is paid...
Trudy Collinson thought her dogs would be a good way to get her out of the house and to nearby Melbourne parks for exercise and to meet people while her children were at school.
Lesley Parker The more you take on holiday, the more you stand to lose if you're not adequately covered.
Penny Pryor Who wants to be millionaire? Well if you want to retire on a comfortable income, then you should be planning on being a superannuation millionaire.
Alexandra Cain From July 1 SMSF trustees who break super laws will face mandatory education. So exactly what do you need to know to run a super fund?
Larissa Ham Property market players say an increasing number of women are striking out alone.
Sylvia Pennington It's Mother's Day - a good time to weigh up the costs of a new mouth to feed.
Max Newnham How can you work out if your investments will provide for you sufficiently in retirement?
Kate Jones It might come as no surprise to animal lovers that Australians spend much more on their pets' health than their own.
Christine Long When your income is unpredictable, just making ends meet can sometimes feel like a feat of endurance.
Max Newnham Blaming superannuation for your losses makes as much sense as blaming a car that cuts you off. The vehicle is not at fault, it's the driver.
Penny Pryor Running out of money before you die is a terrifying thought that is giving many retirees, or probably anyone over 50, sleepless nights.
John Collett Latest government proposals are aimed at curtailing the tax breaks on super enjoyed by the well off.
Kate Jones To work from home, or not to work from home? That is the question facing many Australian workers.
James Cockington This year marks the 200th anniversary of Australia's first coin, the holey dollar, and prices are rising close to $500,000.
Kate Jones What pets cost us
George Cochrane Is it true that after a certain age, you do not have to submit a tax return? George Cochrane answers your questions.
It is a question that has probably crossed the minds of many people in their mid-life years who have some spare cash.