Work & Career
Emily Chantiri Could you retire in your 50s? You'll have to be disciplined.
John Collett Seek and thou shalt find, though you do need to be extra diligent given the flawed history of the sector.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Alex Berlee Redundancy is something many of us can expect to face. Getting your finances under control will help reduce the stress on you and your family.
Michelle Hutchison Newcomers to Australia say finding work is the most difficult part about living here.
PLANNING FOR CHANGE
Christine Long If you know some important changes are just around the corner, it pays to get your finances in order first.
David Wilson On paper, it seems ridiculous. You send some money via electronic banking and the transaction apparently goes into limbo.
Tom Chivers The Germans have proposed an ''anti-stress'' law that would ban work emails after hours.
Mark Bouris When interest rates are low, house prices usually rise and first-home buyers can feel shut out of the market. But all is not lost when sticking to a few simple tips:
Barbara Drury If your finances are a blur and you experience constant pain in your hip pocket, then it's not a health check you need but a wealth check.
Melissa Browne Bad eating patterns can be hard to break. The same is true of the way we spend and save.
Mark Bouris There are many ways to build wealth, but what about protecting it?
Kate Jones It's the morbid conversation no one wants to have, the plan no one wants to make.
George Cochrane They are in good health, but obviously at their age, anything can happen.
Sylvia Pennington With city house prices soaring many of us are looking further afield. But is the price too high?
SUPER & FUNDS
John Collett The interests of consumers will be best served by having as much relevant information as possible included on the register.
John Collett Study your own finances and the advice industry before turning to an ‘expert’.
George Cochrane Is the best strategy to offload our units oir keep them for the income?
John Collett Our future might be in safe hands, with Australian teenagers rating very well in a global survey of financial literacy, but the rest of us might be thankful for a new national plan aimed at helping...
TAKE A BREAK
Michelle Hutchison Australians wasted more than 58 million annual leave days last year- that's about a week each.
Sylvia Pennington Getting away from abusive situations is hard, getting back on your feet financially can be harder still.