Boomers won’t give up retirement dreams for kids

13 June

Boomers can see younger Australians are struggling financially and want to help where they can, but they are not willing to do so at the expense of their retirement lifestyle, new research shows. Four in five Australians over 65 think their children...[Read More]

Optimise your investments and ensure a secure financial future with your Financial Adviser

13 June

Navigating the complex financial landscape is challenging. However, with the right Financial Adviser, you can optimise your investments and ensure a secure financial future. By understanding how clients often perceive missteps in their...[Read More]

Escape the winter chill with these aussie caravan road trips

13 June

As winter sets in, the warmer climates of northern Australia become increasingly appealing. If you have some free time, a thirst for adventure, and a dislike for cold, wet weather, consider heading north. Pack your sunhat and shorts, organise the...[Read More]

Navigating the Complexities of Custody Disputes

13 June

The longstanding myth that fathers have slim chances of securing primary custody is being progressively dismantled.    Historically, mothers were often presumed to be the custodial parents. However, recent shifts in societal attitudes and legal...[Read More]

Overview about business record-keeping requirements so you meet your tax, superannuation and registration obligations.

12 June

You are legally required to keep records of all transactions relating to your tax, superannuation and registration affairs as you start, run, sell, change or close your business. This includes: any documents related to your business’s income and...[Read More]

Permit for Airbnbs amid housing crisis crack down

12 June

Property owners will be forced to acquire a permit to operate an Airbnb in Brisbane amid the impact of short-stay accommodation on housing supply. Brisbane Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner will introduce a system to regulate the rise in Airbnb in the...[Read More]

Bosses pocket higher pay amid cost-of-living headaches

12 June

Executives at some of Australia’s largest companies have received double-digit pay rises as workers face rising cost-of-living pressures. A report on board and executive pay among ASX-listed companies, released on Tuesday by the Governance...[Read More]

Australian workers lead AI race but do not trust it

12 June

More Australian office workers are using artificial intelligence tools than their peers in the UK, US or France but most still do not trust the technology to get tasks done. Slack released the findings from a survey of desk workers in six countries,...[Read More]

Grants for homes ‘save billions on big energy projects’

12 June

Each household should be offered up to $6500 to install grid-connected solar batteries and landlords incentivised to join the renewable energy revolution, a report has found. The Clean Energy Council made the recommendations in a study released on...[Read More]

Electric cars are not the only fix for green transport

12 June

Australia can’t rely entirely on electric vehicles to reduce transport emissions to safe levels and governments must pursue other ways to cut pollution from the sector. Monash University’s Climateworks Centre made the finding in modelling...[Read More]

AFL has ‘gone too far’ on free-kick clarity, says Lyon

12 June

Ross Lyon claims the AFL has “gone too far” with public explanations of contentious umpiring decisions after the league admitted Max King should not have been paid a free kick late in St Kilda’s narrow win over Gold Coast. King booted the...[Read More]

Golden oldie McKeon is greedy for more Olympic success

12 June

Australia’s golden oldie Emma McKeon is adamant she can defy time, in and out of the pool. McKeon’s swimming legacy is already assured: the nation’s most successful Olympian has a collection of 11 medals – five gold, two silver and four...[Read More]

Oh what a feeling! Toyota petrol cars end of the road

12 June

Nine popular vehicles will no longer be sold as petrol cars in Australia after Toyota announced plans to move to more environmentally friendly technology. The major automaker revealed the change on Wednesday, announcing that customer demand for...[Read More]

Push to reignite Uluru tourism after downturn

12 June

Tourism operators at one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks are pushing to bring visitors back to the region after years of downturn since the pandemic. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory hosted 164,678 tourists in the...[Read More]

7 Countries Where You Can Afford to Retire by the Beach

6 June

Retiring to a serene place by the beach is a dream for many. The recent years of global upheaval have intensified the desire to escape the daily grind and resettle in an ideal location.    For many, life by the beach represents that ideal.   In...[Read More]