West Australians took a break from an April online shopping frenzy last month, with the latest data showing WA recorded the nation’s biggest drop in online sales growth in May.
What’s conveniently omitted by the so-called experts is how Centrelink benefits work hand-in-glove with your savings to produce a regular tax-free income that increases each year. Here’s how ...
Increased Centrelink means-test thresholds which came into effect yesterday give all part-pensioners a boost in their fortnightly benefit.
A new report shows more than a third of Australians intend on using cash less frequently, or not at all in a post-coronavirus world.
The Australian Taxation Office website has crashed after a huge rush of cash-strapped Australians rushed to apply to withdraw another $10,000 in superannuation.
Cash-strapped Australians have rushed to access their retirement savings early during the pandemic but it has been argued this should have never been allowed in the first place.
Retirees, other pensioners and many families are in line for the second round of government COVID-19 stimulus payments from mid-July. Find out if you qualify …
First-home buyers have been given a second chance to buy a property with just a five per cent deposit. Here’s how you can do it.
Workers have been laid off and others stood down amid the coronavirus pandemic, but for some, a pay rise may not be out of reach.
Cara Jenkin, Melanie Burgess
Cash-hungry Australians will soon have another opportunity to access another $10,000 from their superannuation. But the ATO has warned they will face hefty penalties if they do the wrong thing.
Lenders are gearing up for a mortgage rate war after the emergence of the nation’s cheapest-ever deal at less than two per cent. Here’s where you can get it.
Two million Australians rushed to access their superannuation early as part of virus stimulus rules and soon many people will be able to withdraw a further $10,000. Here’s how.
Aspiring first-time home buyers can get a foot on the property ladder much sooner if they use the Federal Government First Home Loan Deposit Scheme to buy a home from July 1. This is how it works.
Superannuation fund members are expected to dip back into their retirement savings from this week as households struggle with surging expenses, with the economy still a “long way” from normality.
Aussies are feeling the financial pinch during the economic downturn, but there are three quick ways you can cut your cost of living and save cash now.
The financial year ends on Tuesday, so there’s no time to waste if you want to book bigger tax deductions or make other money moves.
As the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic continues, there are some easy ways you can leave yourself better off in the new financial year.
Australian households have had to reassess their finances during the pandemic and many are looking at new ways to cut their costs. SEE HOW YOU CAN WIN A SHARE OF $50,000.
Sophie Elsworth and Alexandra Gauci
Is 100 days waiting for an airline refund too long? Frustrated Aussie travellers want their money back and will be grounded longer than first thought. Here’s what to do.
A raft of price hikes on government levies are set to hit NSW households from July 1, but some surprising changes could see some of us with extra cash in our hip pocket. HERE’S MONEY YOU CAN GET FROM JULY 1.
It’s been a tumultuous financial year for Aussies, and the next is shaping up to be another rollercoaster ride. Here’s what to expect.
Technology companies such as Afterpay and Kogan bounced back from March’s COVID crash and have captured the imagination of investors. Here’s what you need to know before buying in.
The compulsory superannuation guarantee rate is due to rise in 2021, but there’s good reason it should not go ahead.
Australia has been swept by a wave of secondhand selling as cash-strapped consumers look to make extra money. But there’s a way household items could make them quick cash without having to part with them permanently.
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