Warren Buffett has benefited from compound interest more so than just about any other person in the world. Coronavirus is using compounding against us.
There seems to be a lot of advertising and discussion around fixed mortgage interest rates at the moment with them being very low. Like all things, there are pros and cons.
After 6 years in Government and 1 week out from an election (coincidence?), the LNP has all of a sudden acknowledged that something needs to be done to help first home buyers.
Question: Should I put more (aka make extra contributions) to my Super fund?
What should I do with my finances and investments to prepare for a Labor Government?
Is rent money really ‘dead’ money? Is owning a house in 2019 all it’s cracked up to be?
With most things in life, you get what you pay for. If I buy a cheap pair of shoes I accept that they’re probably not going to last as long as a more expensive pair. In investing, the same rule doesn’t apply.
I interrupt my weekly finance Q&A column for a moment to share some thoughts on the 2019 edition of the Australian Government Budget.
How much tax do I pay on share dividend income in Australia? How is other investment income taxed?
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