Experts have revealed key tips on how you can get the most out of your tax return at the end of the financial year.
The Australian sharemarket followed Wall Street higher to finish the week higher.
Australian consumers would rather ditch their social media apps than banking apps amid the rising cost of living, new research by Australia’s biggest lender has found.
Telstra is in hot water with the Aussie telco regulator after withholding millions of dollars in compensation from thousands of customers.
The Australian sharemarket more than surrendered its gains from the previous session as a host of blue-chip firms slipped into the red.
The hyper-competitive buy now, pay later sector has a brand new player – a name that many will be familiar with.
Households across the nation can expect power prices to surge from July, although the residents of one state will receive a welcome discount.
The frosty relationship between Australia and France could be thawing after Anthony Albanese received a phone call from the French President.
Aussies are being called upon to sacrifice their standard of living in order to allow more spending on defence as global threats increase.
The local sharemarket moved higher on Wednesday, even after technology stocks had another shocker.
A huge deadline looms for almost three million Aussies and they are being urged to get in quick to avoid being stung.
A multimillion-dollar business has grown from three mates’ shared love of sport, but they had no idea it would prove this successful.
Australia’s new Treasurer has given a stark report on the state of the economy and warned the pandemic’s impact will linger after many of us are gone.
Suspected Ponzi scheme promoter Chris Marco is set to face public probing as court-appointed liquidators hunt for money to pay investors claiming more than $285 million.
Iconic Aussie spread Vegemite has launched perhaps its most ambitious crossover yet, attracting disgust and shock from the public.
Holly Hales and Hamish Spence
A common item will disappear from stores next week, marking a major change for shoppers as a state government prepares to make some major rule changes.
Mining and energy companies gained but there were losses for the local banks, health care firms and supermarkets in the first ASX session under an Albanese government.
The Australian sharemarket started strong after the weekend’s federal election provided a clear result, but new worries have wiped out early gains.
A Queensland woman has revealed she had a strong “feeling” she would be one of the big winners from Saturday’s Gold Lotto draw.
If you thought the anonymity of the internet might save you from the far-reaching tentacles of the Australian Tax Office, think again
Long-term fans of cryptocurrency will be delighted with the increasing public interest in assets like Bitcoin and Ethereum, but less impressed with their newest fan — the Australian Tax Office.
The rising cost of everything was front and centre of the election campaign but new data shows the hip-pocket pain for voters started well before the politicians began pointing fingers to play the blame game.
There’s usually a few pockets of brightness, somewhere, even when all looks lost. But not in 2022. Not for diversified investors. Not for anyone in a regular super fund.
‘When we got married, we determined to keep our finances as separate as possible and completed a pre-nuptial agreement to that effect. Will her financial position affect me getting a pension?’
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