Millions of Australians will be rushing to file their tax returns this month and there are some easy ways to get money back quickly.
First-home buyers should seriously consider buying property as market conditions make now a great time to make the home ownership dream come true.
The financial situation in Australia is dire as millions have rushed to access their superannuation early and many face economic pain for the months ahead.
Airlines are slashing fares as low as $49 in a bid to rake in holiday goers, with Jetstar and Virgin both offering huge discounts to popular getaway destinations - but for a limited time only.
Georgia Clark, Maria Bervanakis, David Mills
A ban on a controversial new 240-page book by US President Donald Trump’s niece that dubs him “the world’s most dangerous man” has been lifted paving the way for its distribution.
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There are massive changes for millions of Australians that will affect how much they earn and what they can claim. But other items will go up in price.
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 …
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
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.
While the coronavirus pandemic has caused chaos for many workplaces, being free of the office has benefited both workers and their bosses in some surprising ways.
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.
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.
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.
The pandemic has provided a ‘real opportunity’ for banks and other financial institutions to overcome public trust problems, which have plagued the sector since the banking royal commission.
Sacked Qantas workers will have no certainty on government assistance for at least another month as 6,000 cuts were dubbed as “gut-wrenching”. Unions have vowed to fight for their jobs.
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The decision by Qantas to cut 6000 jobs will affect millions of Australian travellers. Here’s what today’s announcement means for you.
Up to one third of Australia’s exports to China are “at risk” amid rising trade tensions between the two countries, according to a leading economist.
The latest temperature check of Australia’s economy shows business activity in the private sector returning to growth in June, following a further loosening of coronavirus restrictions.
The coronavirus is dramatically changing the mortgage market and it’s time to make sure you’re not missing out on thousands of dollars of annual savings.
They had all the right ingredients for successful, top-end restaurants. Then COVID-19 hit. Now the mighty empires of Heston Blumenthal, Rick Stein and Gordon Ramsay face collapse.
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