Katherine Jimenez The big four banks are engaged in a $500 billion battle for control of the self-managed super funds market.
David Potts Lost in the fact that economists have been cutting their forecasts for next year is that they still expect growth to improve.
Noel Whittaker I want to sell some shares. Should I buy more, or pay off the mortgage?
Emily Chantiri Sooner or later you may need to dip into funds for an unexpected emergency. The ideal is to save six months' salary.
Sylvia Pennington Buying an investment property isn't the end of the story. You need to manage it and that can, sometimes, be very tricky.
George Cochrane When deciding between a pension and a lump sum, only long-term thinking can guide you.
Noel Whittaker I enjoy my job but want the option of retiring at 55. Should I continue with my current plans, or could you suggest a different strategy?
Penny Pryor Are we really the richest nation in the world? And even if we are, how fairly is that wealth distributed?
Noel Whittaker I am a single parent in my 30s with one child. Should I save for an investment property or beef up my share portfolio?
George Cochrane My wife and I have our own SMSF. Can she 'commute' the pension and take capital out?
John Collett More women with successful careers are starting their own business or working for themselves from home after having children.
Sylvia Pennington Thousands of Australians work in the sector - but is party planning a nice little earner, or an express way to lose friends and alienate acquaintances?
John Collett Redundancy can be traumatic but it can also be a chance to take a new direction and, if you’re lucky, to grab a big stack of cash.
John Collett Financially stretched consumers would stop paying their mortgage before skipping their gas, insurance and phone bills.
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Kate Jones With their parents hitting old age and their kids still at home the sandwich generation are caring for others when they should be taking care of themselves.
Clancy Yeates Hanging out for a big fat pay rise? If the economy-wide statistics are any guide, don't bank on a huge increase right now.
Noel Whittaker We would like to retire at 55. What would you recommend to grow our wealth?
Mark Bouris A side effect of low-confidence economies is that businesses start to behave more like spectators than participants.
David Potts It's not where the economy is at that drives markets but where they think it's going. The trouble is economists are forecasting an upturn with little evidence that we've reached the bottom yet.
Melissa Browne Make good financial decisions today that match whichever path you are on.