Laura Crowden Amid the mid-year stocktake sales and car dealership runouts is a notion that it is rather important - to sort out private health insurance before June 30.
John Collett As private health insurance premiums rise, many policyholders are looking to reduce their cover to cut costs.
Noel Whittaker Financial expert Noel Whittaker answers readers' questions. Plus we have 10 copies of his book to give away.
Leo D'Angelo Fisher That unsettling prickling sensation many of you will be feeling right now is just your hip-pocket nerve reacting as July 2 nears.
John Collett Dogs may be our best friends, but they can also be expensive.
George Cochrane Financial expert George Cochrane answers readers' questions.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon You can control, through a valid will, where all the money you amass in your lifetime ultimately goes. But many people don't appreciate that this does not necessarily apply to superannuation.
Leo D'Angelo Fisher Chances are travel insurance for domestic ski holidays is not on most to-do lists.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon There wasn't much explicitly for working families, but there were a whole bunch of measures that will directly affect them.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon There's a lot of discussion – and disagreement – about the size of the lump sum you will need at retirement.
John Collett Tuesday's budget is unlikely to resolve uncertainty and lift consumer confidence.
Graham Witcomb You're at the height of your career and you probably have a couple of extra mouths to feed. Here are the 10 biggest money mistakes to avoid in your 40s and 50s.
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Thabojan Rasiah We all know insurance is something we have "just in case", yet most of us don't insure our biggest asset.
Christine Long When put to the test, people’s financial understanding often falls short.
David Potts Feeling the pinch? You're neither imagining it nor are you alone. Middle Australia is doing it tough.
BOURIS ON MONEY
Mark Bouris Why would you insure your home and your car, but not your income?
John Collett We love our pets but they can cost a fortune. Should your dog or cat suffer a serious illness or accident, you could be left out of pocket to the tune of thousands of dollars.
David Potts Many pensioners will be worse off by 2017 – unless they ramp up their risk-taking – and remember there is the pension to fall back on.
Colleen Ryan and Stephen Wyatt As the cost of living rises in Australia, many would-be retirees are planning for a cheaper life overseas.
Sylvia Pennington The quest for a family by non-traditional means can be a costly business.