With international travel resuming and holidaymakers booking their long-awaited getaways, this article highlights important tips for travellers that could save a lot of heartache and money. The cautious traveller
Not a day goes by where we don’t hear about bitcoin in the news or from a friend who has a hot tip on a new cryptocurrency. The past few years have seen an increase in the popularity of digital assets such as cryptocurrency and Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs). Direct shares and managed funds are also digital assets. Digital vs Physical Assets
Investors who pay attention to the finance segment of the daily news may be aware that in late July 2019 the Australian All Ordinaries Index finally returned to the height it enjoyed before the Global Financial Crisis, but in the ensuing two weeks it experienced some volatility, losing around 1.7% of its value. Similarly, in January 2020, the All Ordinaries broke through the 7,000 barrier for the first time but had slipped back by around 2.8% in late February due to the economic effects of the Coronavirus outbreak. What is a market index and how might it affect your investments?
Worried about running out of money in old age? We talk to retirement expert and women’s advocate Nicolette Rubinsztein about what women can do now to help their long term financial security.
Ever wondered why your EOFY tax bill was higher than you expected? It could be because of the Medicare Levy. So what does the levy pay for – and how is it calculated?
To make child care more affordable, the federal government offers parents two forms of financial assistance. Here’s what you should know about these benefits – and how they’re about to change.