Jeremy Poxon of the Australian Unemployed Workers’ Union (AUWU) talks about the harsh realities that welfare recipients face, and why those in power do not seem to care.
With hospital funding again an election issue, it’s best you’re aware what is on the table, and what isn’t.
Again, our taxes are part of the national discussion, however, I’m wondering if we should reward incompetence so heartily with our hard-earned dollars.
Seldom do we get a peek into the greater evil workings of the financial sector, and now we have two. Both of these books matter, because they confirm the worst of our suspicions.
Josh Frydenberg’s welfare “backflip” is anything but. The payment of $75 to those well below the poverty line is an insult – nothing more.
The government’s election budget promises notable tax cuts while claiming fiduciary responsibility. Can less be more?
As someone looking to enter the housing market, Labor’s stand to remove negative gearing does nothing for me. While the system will remain, I won’t be able to access it.
The strange story of the crypto CEO who died with the sole access $139 million just got stranger, as investigators gained access to his laptop, only to find that the money was already gone.
While many of us have life insurance, but many of us are unsure how much cover to have. Unfortunately, this usually leaves us under-insured.
The Panama Papers could have been a massive moment in history. However, the culture of tax havens, creative taxation and billionaires paying zero tax remains.
There’s a lot of tax mumbo-jumbo being thrown around. But, if you get it, you’ll get the upcoming election.
The Liberal Party ignoring the banking sector royal commission until after the election is borderline genius – or plain crazy.
Yesterday we learned the details of the banking royal commission, but whichever way our politicians spin it, the facts remain. Change must now come, and come soon.
The Coalition is pushing the message that changes to the “wealthfare” tax system will see the ALP rob at-risk pensioners. This is moronic, and what’s worse, we’re paying for it.
Our big four banks own their New Zealand counterparts. If they were to tank, we’d have our own ‘too big to fail’ taxpayer-funded bailout.
Credit cards might have brought a new dimension to our financial thinking, but choosing the right one for you is something worth researching thoroughly.
After yet more examples of workers getting short-changed, many are calling for the theft of wages to be enshrined in criminal law.
Practifi CCO and Co-founder Adrian Johnstone on how to be relevant to a generation not used to the idea of financial advice.
Practifi CCO and Co-founder Adrian Johnstone explains why those who still rely on CRMs are being left behind.
In documents cleaned from a dusty drawer in Canberra, the tale of how John Howard survived his budget (and inspired many more) is up for re-examination.
2018 was a year of excess. In fact, there were many times when I thought the world had completely lost the plot. But there are important lessons amongst the wreckage.