Work & Career
WINNERS & LOSERS
Emily Chantiri Why do some people reach financial targets and others do not? What's the secret of their success?
Christine Long Those with terminal illness can now get their super more easily. But there are other issues which need to be faced.
David Potts Markets are in a tizz again though exactly why is all Greek to me.
Melissa Browne It's time to stop talking about getting busy and start doing something about it.
Sally Patten Super funds have grown increasingly concerned that lawyers are becoming involved in claims from an early stage, even before a claim has been knocked back.
David Potts Here it is, halfway through the year already and nothing seems to be going according to plan.
Michelle Hutchison They have fled the nest but are still being spoon-fed. And it's not helping them.
Klyde Caldwell Euro notes' serial number denotes country of origin. If Greece does exit the euro, will Greek-issued euros become worthless?
THE OLD GUARD
David Potts Hitting retirement age doesn't necessarily mean you're ready to retire.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Dominique Bergel-Grant Want to take control of your finances? Here are some practical tips to follow.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Olivia Maragna A redundancy could be the breath of fresh air needed to really revitalise your career.
Noel Whittaker A struggling company has not being paying super for one of its workers. What could the worker do about this?
Nina Hendy Some uni students are well on their way to financial freedom before graduating.
Kate Jones Rod Nye, 71, is still adapting to his new life as a single guy. After 35 years of marriage, it was never going to be easy.
After decades of marriage, divorce is the last thing couples expect to disrupt their retirement plans.
Christine Long The wait between pays can be long for performing artist and freelance caterer Edwina Joesler. "Frequently, I will be waiting not just weeks, but months, for clients to pay up," she says.
BREAKING THE HABIT
Christine Long Repeatedly running out of money and stressed out? It even happens to the well off. Plan your spending and set goals beyond survival and you can get out of the rut.
Melissa Browne Last month I was fortunate to attend TedX Sydney and spent the day being inspired and challenged by some incredible speakers.
Noel Whittaker I am 18 and am lucky enough to have been given $8000 a year from my parents and grandparents towards university for the next four years.
George Cochrane My 19-year-old son has $20,000 cash savings on deposit. We are thinking of investing the money long term with regular top-ups in a share market or index fund.