Annette Sampson A marriage breakdown is not just emotionally wrenching. Financially, it can be devastating.
Rachel Wells Women's household incomes suffer more than men's after divorce, a study has found.
Mark Bouris When couples retire they generally share their super. But what happens to the women whose marriages fail?
Larissa Ham Property market players say an increasing number of women are striking out alone.
John Collett Latest government proposals are aimed at curtailing the tax breaks on super enjoyed by the well off.
Sylvia Pennington French authorities were shocked to uncover a real version of fairy tale hell this week.
Mark Bouris We are pushing women away from super, especially if the system is forcing them to turn away or turn off completely. Half our population is disadvantaged by a supposedly universal system.
George Cochrane Is it true that after a certain age, you do not have to submit a tax return? George Cochrane answers your questions.
Sylvia Pennington Providing for disabled children after parents can no longer do so is a major problem for many families.
David Potts Don't leave home without a credit card, nor depart this world without a will.
Barbara Drury The news that Olympian Grant Hackett is suing his former legal team over a botched prenuptial agreement has sent a shiver down the spine of the legal fraternity.
Sylvia Pennington His, mine, ours, theirs - how are people entering new relationships in their 50s and 60s managing their money?
Barbara Drury Perhaps the kids have left home, you are newly divorced, or simply need to boost your income. Maybe you just enjoy the company of strangers with a story to tell.
The first question everybody asks on facing retirement is, ''how much do I need?''
Lesley Parker The contract arrives. The property purchase is, not unusually, being made by two people with the same surname.
George Cochrane Is it feasible to put my highly-taxed term deposits in the name of my 18-year-old?
There was a time when retirees in investment ads were wrinkle-free and carefree. They were living the dream of retiring at 55, cavorting on the beach or riding rickshaws in exotic locales.
Age matters. When it comes to your finances, there are endless rules, benefits, tricks and traps based on how old you are. Many rules are confusing and inconsistent.
Michelle Griffin Middle-class divorcees risk poverty and homelessness as they grow older.
George Cochrane Income-protection insurance is vital in order cope with periods of illness.