A guide to managing personal finances

29 February

The importance of personal financial planning can’t be overstated, regardless of your age. Proper financial planning can offer a safety net for you and your family while giving you the freedom to make informed choices.   Many adults worry about...[Read More]

Aussies to keep more of what they earn as tax cuts pass

28 February

Low and middle income earners will soon keep more of what they earn after revamped tax cuts cleared federal parliament. Labor’s amended tax package was endorsed by the Senate on Tuesday evening after receiving backing in the lower...[Read More]

Renters Insurance: benefits for tenants & landlords

29 February

If you live in a residential building or apartment complex, it’s natural for certain fears to cross your mind. For example, if a fire accident or flooding occurs through no fault of your own, who pays for the replacement of your possessions that...[Read More]

Pay gap transparency as workplace salary data published

28 February

GENDER PAY GAP * Private-sector employers with 100 or more workers have had their median gender pay gaps published by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency * The release includes all employee salaries other than CEOs, heads of business, casual...[Read More]

A seasonal home maintenance checklist to ensure your property is in the best condition all year long

29 February

A lot of property owners take a very casual approach to the upkeep and repair of their house or building. They usually wait for something to break, clog, overflow, leak, jam or fail catastrophically before addressing the problem. Others are...[Read More]

Aussie workers above average on artificial intelligence

28 February

Australia’s desk workers are above the global average in adopting artificial intelligence but say guidance is lacking from bosses on how it should be used. Research data released on Wednesday shows one in four have tried AI tools for work as of...[Read More]

The benefits of life insurance and some of your options

29 February

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...[Read More]

A unique glimpse into Earth’s diverse and pristine environments

29 February

To experience the world’s natural beauty, landscapes, and untouched wilderness, you might consider visiting the following destinations, each offering a unique glimpse into Earth’s diverse and pristine environments.   Each of these destinations...[Read More]

Australia open to resuming stalled EU trade talks

28 February

Negotiations for a free trade deal with the European Union could resume within months after Australia’s talks with the bloc hit a stalemate. Discussions for an agreement with the EU failed to make a breakthrough on the sticking point of greater...[Read More]

5 ways to live a happier life

29 February

Each person’s journey to happiness is distinct, shaped by personal experiences, values, and desires. While certain factors that impact happiness might be beyond control, such as genetic predispositions or unpredictable life events, a considerable...[Read More]

Consumer price index steady at 3.4 per cent in January

28 February

Australia’s consumer price index held steady at 3.4 per cent in the 12 months to January, coming in below expectations. The index had been widely expected to rise by 3.6 per cent on an annual basis, when the data was released by the Australian...[Read More]

Top 10 healthy habits for business owners

29 February

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is crucial for business owners, given the demands and stresses that come with managing a business.   Here are ten healthy habits that can support business owners in maintaining their physical and mental well-being,...[Read More]

Hope ‘goodwill’ will get Australian wine flowing

28 February

Australian wine exports worth $1 billion might be flowing back into China within weeks. China slapped sanctions worth $20 billion on Australian products during the height of diplomatic tensions in 2020 after the former Morrison government called for...[Read More]

Is your business eligible for concessions – tips on small business tax offsets

28 February

As a small business owner, you may be eligible for concessions on the amount of tax you pay. This depends on your business structure, your industry and your annual turnover. If you have an aggregated turnover less than: $2 million, you can access...[Read More]

A Journey through the world’s top culinary destinations

22 February

Exploring the world’s top culinary destinations is a feast for the senses, offering a blend of traditional flavours and innovative gastronomy. Here are some of the most renowned places known for their exceptional culinary experiences:   Tokyo,...[Read More]