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Letter of the month
What would you tell your younger self about money?
Encourage the kids to earn and learn • Helping, not spoiling, is the best way to raise good money managers
NEWS & VIEWS
What I learnt from Warren Buffett
Let's give our old-timers a fair go
NEWS & VIEWS
PODCAST OF THE MONTH
Credit card betting ban to be extended
Dangers of using rental platforms
Freddie Mercury's crown up for grabs
HOLD ResMed (RMD) The Intelligent Investor Graham Witcomb
At home in a watery world
Fact file • Emmy Award winning cinematographer and marine biologist who specialises in sharks. Age 52. Lives in Cairns. Married to Belinda.
I have stage four cancer can I access my super? • Tanya wants to stop work so she can enjoy her remaining years
Start saving now so you can own a home before you retire • After working in the family business, Sally has only $6000 in super
Sorry, but this sounds like a transaction from fantasy land • Ann is under pressure to swap townhouses with her mum to “keep her happy in her old age”
Don’t take the $300k out of your retirement savings • Suzi’s husband is keen to stop working and they are considering paying off the mortgage
Just cut your losses and move on • Penelope paid too much for her home - and she doesn't even like living in it
How to be more eco-friendly and cut costs
Red Shield Appeal
Take on some sensible, extra debt to pay for renovations • Do the sums: after the mortgage, what happens to the other $95k?
WHY YOU ONLY NEED $260k IN SUPER TO RETIRE • If you hit the right combination, where your nest egg combines with the full age pension, here’s how you can fund a comfortable retirement
How the sweet spot works
Will my money last long enough?
What to consider when setting up an income
Applying for the pension can be complex and scary
Retirement isn’t what it used to be
Seniors health card is a valuable consolation prize
Higher debt in retirement
Households flick the switch • Electrification is gaining ground as Australians turn away from gas, but assessing the financial benefits can be complicated
Zoom in on wealth creation • The children of the internet age could teach the rest of us a thing or two about investing
What we can learn from zoomers
Home buyers get another chance • More banks are set to become participating lenders in the federal government’s Home Guarantee Scheme from July 1
Alternative paths to parenthood • Adoption and surrogacy are typically costly and time-consuming, but the results are worth the effort
How the politics make it harder
Harness the power of good habits • Whether it’s going for an early morning jog or saving money for a rainy day, it pays to make it part of your routine
Tips for habitcreating success
10 ways to cut your tax bill • From writing off bad debts to boosting your tech, it’s not too late to maximise your savings
Nail down all the details • If you're building a new home, it will save time, money and stress if you have checked all the paperwork first
How to ride the tourism revival •...