Daryl Dixon If superannuation is made less attractive, it would encourage the well off to over-invest in the family home and do even more negative gearing of investment properties.
Daryl Dixon People relying on their past savings for their retirement income face being big losers in any increase in the GST tax burden.
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Mark Bouris When the superannuation annual statements start landing in our mailboxes, inevitably there's discussion about how well super is performing.
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Mark Bouris Between private or public school fees and extras such as sport, music and camps, the cost of your children's education can be significant.
Daryl Dixon Banning a self-managed super fund from taking a loan to fund investment would be solving a problem that doesn't exist.
Larissa Ham With the deadline to file your own tax return looming, it's time to get your deductions in order.
Daryl Dixon It's an excellent development for consumers that mortgage offset accounts are becoming more commonplace.
John Collett Money checks the facts behind the attack on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull over his family investments in the Cayman Islands.
Larissa Ham Never lodged a tax return? If you're preparing to do it online, you have to get it done by the end of the month.
George Cochrane What's the best solution for a couple galloping toward post-work life with a small super balance?
George Cochrane At this stage is using life savings to build a house the best plan?
George Cochrane Would moving out of our current home and then renting it out be a wise move?
David Potts The choice is yours when it comes to taking advantage of that hard-earned refund.
James Eyers Roger Brake, the general manager of the tax white paper taskforce, told the Financial Services Council conference that there is strong support for reducing personal income and company tax rates.
Sally Rose Self-managed super funds have urged the government to replace the $30,000 annual cap on super contributions with a lifetime cap to encourage more people to save.
Peter Ker A multinational contractor to oil giants BHP Billiton and Chevron has agreed to pay more than $51 million to the Australian Tax Office to settle a "transfer pricing" claim.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon There's a week to go until the end of the financial year. Seven days. Seven chances to save money.
Christine Long As Australia's charities swing into end-of-financial-year donation drives, the question about administration costs often arises.
David Potts A financial nip-and-tuck is just the thing to think about before June 30.
George Cochrane Debt-free and planning to stop working in seven years. Will it all work out?