The Importance of Estate Planning: Safeguarding Your Family’s Future

June 8, 2023

Planning for the future is essential, especially when it comes to ensuring the security of your loved ones. Estate planning, while often overlooked, is a crucial aspect of financial management that can safeguard your family finances. It encompasses...[Read More]

10 Benefits of Doing Something You Love Every Day

June 8, 2023

Engaging in activities that you love is not only enjoyable but also offers a multitude of benefits that can enrich your life in various ways. So, if you’re on the fence about indulging one or some of your life’s passions, here are some...[Read More]

Year-round maintenance tips for your home

June 8, 2023

A lot of property owners take a very casual approach to the upkeep and repair of their house or building. They usually wait for something to break, clog, overflow, leak, jam or fail catastrophically before addressing the problem. Others are...[Read More]

Weekly market update-Investment markets and key developments (2/6/23)

June 7, 2023

Global share markets rose over the last week with US shares up helped by the debt ceiling deal and Fed signalling of a pause in rate hikes this month. For the week US shares rose 1.8%, Eurozone shares gained 0.04%, Japanese shares rose 2% and...[Read More]

Aussies warned against ‘sinister scammers’ at tax time

June 7, 2023

Australians are being urged to remain vigilant for “‘sinister scammers” at tax time, with almost 20,000 suspicious reports made in the past year. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has already received 19,843 reports of scams in the 2022-23...[Read More]

Inflation-beating pay rises can’t be widespread: RBA

June 7, 2023

The wages of the lowest-paid workers should be protected from the rising cost of living but not everyone should expect a pay rise that eclipses inflation, the central bank head says. Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe has clarified his...[Read More]

Inflation-beating pay rises can’t be widespread: RBA

June 7, 2023

The wages of the lowest-paid workers should be protected from the rising cost of living but not everyone should expect a pay rise that eclipses inflation, the central bank head says. Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe has clarified his...[Read More]

Inflation-beating pay rises can’t be widespread: RBA

June 7, 2023

The wages of the lowest-paid workers should be protected from the rising cost of living but not everyone should expect a pay rise that eclipses inflation, the central bank head says. Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe has clarified his...[Read More]

Inflation-beating pay rises can’t be widespread: RBA

June 7, 2023

The wages of the lowest-paid workers should be protected from the rising cost of living but not everyone should expect a pay rise that eclipses inflation, the central bank head says. Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe has clarified his...[Read More]

Inflation-beating pay rises can’t be widespread: RBA

June 7, 2023

The wages of the lowest-paid workers should be protected from the rising cost of living but not everyone should expect a pay rise that eclipses inflation, the central bank head says. Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe has clarified his...[Read More]

Australia’s economy expands 0.2pct in March quarter

June 7, 2023

The Australian economy grew 0.2 per cent in the March quarter, following a 0.6 per cent lift in the three months to December. On an annual basis, gross domestic product as calculated by the Australian Bureau of Statistics lifted 2.3 per cent. The...[Read More]

Australia to scrap cheque payments within seven years

June 7, 2023

No more cheques will be cashed after 2030 as the treasurer signs off on an end date for the paper-based payment. The decision to phase out cheques before the end of the decade falls under the federal government’s plan to modernise the nation’s...[Read More]