Cash flow and how to manage it

11 July

Has your business experienced negative cash flow and left you feeling stressed? Learn about cash flow and how to manage it with confidence in this post.   Company owners usually struggle with the need to strike a balance between their income and...[Read More]

Life Insurance to protect you and your family

11 July

For some people, a major reason for beginning to prepare for life’s ‘what if’ scenarios is starting a family. If your primary concern is taking care of your family, life insurance is an excellent option. It makes sure that your loved ones are...[Read More]

Top Australian destinations to visit for retirees

11 July

Now that you’ve retired from the workforce and have all the opportunities to do what you want, you’re ready to take the trip of a lifetime.   If you’re planning to take a tour across Australia, here’s a list of 5 top destinations to visit...[Read More]

Thousands of homes to come in first fast-tracked hubs

10 July

Tens of thousands of extra homes could be built in the first mini-cities to be unveiled as part of a mass rezoning around NSW transport hubs. Plans for an initial four transport-oriented development precincts were unveiled on Tuesday as part of a...[Read More]

Home lending slips but still well ahead over the year

10 July

New home lending remains far ahead of where it was a year ago despite a minor dip in May for property investors and owner-occupiers. Over the month, the Australian Bureau of Statistics logged a 1.7 per cent fall in all new housing loans, to $28.8...[Read More]

‘Use every lever’ to limit social media damage on youth

10 July

Social media companies fail in their responsibility to protect children from online harm, says a safety advocate renewing calls for age verification. Mandatory and enforced measures such as age verification are a way to crack down on platforms over...[Read More]

Researchers unlock biological secrets to ageing

10 July

Australian researchers think they have uncovered the master controller of the ageing process. The discovery could potentially pave the way to improve quality of life as people age. The study, led by Christian Nefzger in conjunction with 15...[Read More]

Tactics targeting parents, kids in online junk food ads

10 July

Junk food companies have honed in on fresh tactics to target children, parents and teenagers by using online algorithms. Research into Facebook ads by Melbourne Law School and the Australian Ad Observatory found brands are buying a “halo effect”...[Read More]

Dingoes share pure genes with 3000-year-old ancestors

10 July

Dingoes may look like man’s best friend but genetics prove otherwise. New research shows dingoes have kept their rare genetic ancestry by not breeding with domestic dogs in the 3000 years since arriving in Australia. The Queensland University of...[Read More]

Underinsurance in Australia – How you can avoid becoming a statistic

4 July

Every now and then, you may notice a friend, relative or acquaintance post a fundraising plea to help out a family that lost a parent or provider, or to support the education or hospitalisation of an orphaned child left in the care of elderly...[Read More]

Top tips for healthy relationships

4 July

Whether it’s with family members, friends, co-workers or a romantic partner, maintaining healthy relationships is crucial to one’s happiness and personal growth. Moreover, social connections affect one’s health and ability to manage...[Read More]

Staying off the grid longer in your caravan

4 July

One of the best things about Australia is that it offers avid caravanners plenty of opportunities to live off the grid and be one with nature. And with so many camping spots in the country, you might even be lucky enough to find an inexpensive or...[Read More]

The most common financial mistakes to avoid

4 July

It’s easy to make mistakes with money, especially if you’re unaware of how dire the consequences of your actions could be. Here, we’ll look at some of the most common financial mistakes people commit that frequently result in severe financial...[Read More]

‘No smoking gun’ to hike rates

4 July

Australia’s central bank remains vigilant to slowing progress on inflation yet the minutes from the last interest rate meeting signal a reluctance to lift them again. In keeping with the Reserve Bank of Australia’s assertion the narrow path is...[Read More]

Retail sales rise 0.6 per cent as sales start early

4 July

An early start to end-of-financial-year sales lured in bargain-hunters last month, contributing to a larger-than-expected 0.6 per cent lift in retail sales. The monthly gain beat the 0.3 per cent month-on-month consensus forecast and followed a...[Read More]