Noel Whittaker Should I pay my university fees up front at a discount, or invest the cash in a term deposit or shares?
Kate Jones After decades of marriage, divorce is the last thing couples expect to disrupt their retirement plans.
David Potts There are winners and losers, and not always who'd you expect.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon Our babies can eat the bacon we bring home in what will be an important lesson in work ethics, financial responsibility and chewing.
Melissa Browne We want to have a great time with our finances for however long we're able to – but it's important to play a grown-up game.
LOVE AND MONEY
Kate Jones Money differences are responsible for more break-ups than cheating, especially in the first year of a marriage. So what are the financial hurdles - and how do you clear them?
Christine Long Some financial products that claim to ease your cares can send you even deeper into debt.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Thabojan Rasiah Property has created significant wealth for thousands of Australians. So, how does it fit into your retirement plans?
John Collett Accountants as well as mortgage brokers are being offered inducements in return for advising investors to put their money into particular off-the-plan developments.
BOURIS ON MONEY
Mark Bouris In the rush to help mature age groups with their money, financial advisers can leave others behind.
John Collett The long-promised national register of financial planners is here at last. It's a good start, but it's not perfect.
John Collett ASIC's register of financial advisers that went live online this morning has scored some early wins for consumers.
TAP AND GO
Christine Long Whatever your personal finance needs, there’s an app that can help you. Here are some of the most popular.
Nina Hendy Underpaid and a bit overwhelmed? There’s lots of help available.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Dominique Bergel-Grant One or both of you might be unwilling but it's an important discussion to have.
Colleen Ryan and Stephen Wyatt As the cost of living rises in Australia, many would-be retirees are planning for a cheaper life overseas.
David Potts In the shape of John Fraser, Tony Abbott has appointed somebody who's going to be pushing strongly for tax reform and a crackdown on "middle class welfare".
David Potts All things considered, it isn't doing too badly. What's missing is confidence.
David Potts There won’t be a recession this year, but we’re all going to feel the squeeze.
DO IT YOURSELF
Barbara Drury In a world where traditional jobs are disappearing more Australians are turning to freelancing and self-employment out of necessity.