UK central banker nabbed to take over as RBA deputy

30 November

A top central banker from the United Kingdom will take on the deputy governor job at the Reserve Bank of Australia, bringing experience and a fresh perspective to the task. Andrew Hauser has spent more than 30 years at the Bank of England, the...[Read More]

faaa 2023 congress for me highlighted “Digital Advice as the new best friend for Advice Businesses”

21 November

The Financial Advice Association Australia 2023 Congress in Adelaide has emphasised the evolving nature of the financial planning sector. One of the early key messages was to articulate the Financial Planning Industry as a profession, highlighting...[Read More]

Beyond views and likes: Driving conversions and loyalty

13 November

In today's highly competitive content marketing landscape, standing out is more important than ever. Feedsy offers innovative solutions to help brands create truly engaging content, turning casual viewers into loyal customers. This article explores...[Read More]

Mastering the art of delivering engaging content with Feedsy

11 August

The content marketing realm is saturated, making the delivery of truly engaging content crucial for brand distinction. This difference could be the bridge between a fleeting glance and a loyal customer. Feedsy, with its revolutionary solutions, is...[Read More]

Tips for a meaningful Christmas

30 November

Creating a Christmas filled with genuine warmth and joy often seems like a daunting task amidst the hustle of holiday preparations. The season of cheer can quickly turn into a flurry of stress, leaving many of us more relieved than regretful when...[Read More]

Why Financial Security is Paramount for a Satisfying Retirement

30 November

Retirement is often idealised as a carefree chapter in life, where one can indulge in long-postponed hobbies, travel, and quality time with loved ones. However, the idyllic vision of retirement is predicated on a foundation of financial stability....[Read More]

20 investment mistakes to be aware of

30 November

Investment, a field where even the most astute can stumble, is rife with potential missteps. However, these errors often serve as valuable learning experiences, offering insights for crafting more robust investment strategies. 20 investment mistakes...[Read More]

Protect your home against dry weather threats

30 November

Protecting homes from dry weather threats, such as bushfires, requires proactive measures and preparedness. Here are some steps to help protect your home: Maintain the exterior: Clear roofs, gutters, and chimneys of debris regularly to prevent the...[Read More]

Life insurance questions to ask

30 November

Like any other insurance policy, life insurance has many variations to meet different users’ needs. Thus, before choosing one, you must determine what you need in a life insurance policy. The best way to determine the best policy is by evaluating...[Read More]

Investment markets and key developments – Weekly market update

29 November

Most global sharemarkets continued to rally this week, as economic data was mixed but indicated no urgency for higher interest rates along with communication from most central banks that signalled policymakers are in no rush to raise interest rates...[Read More]

Oliver’s insights – Five reasons to expect the $A to rise – providing recession is avoided

29 November

Key points – Since its February 2021 high of nearly $US0.80 the $A has fallen on the back of worries about the global growth outlook, worries about China, the strong $US and relatively less aggressive monetary tightening by the RBA. – However,...[Read More]

Is insurance necessary for my home-based business?

29 November

Many enterprises start as home-based businesses — just like some of today’s globally renowned brands, including Google, Nike, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, Subway and LinkedIn. Low start-up costs, flexibility, tax advantages and the absence of a...[Read More]

Businesses slam workplace changes as bill clears House

29 November

Business and industry groups are urging the Albanese government to go back to the drawing board on industrial relations laws after they cleared their first hurdle. The laws, aimed at closing labour hire loopholes, went through the House of...[Read More]

Australians owed millions in unclaimed Medicare rebates

29 November

Nearly one million Australians could receive a festive season boost to their bank balance, as the government tries to return $234 million in unclaimed Medicare benefits. On average, these Australians are missing out on about $240 but could reclaim...[Read More]

Easing inflation takes heat off interest rate rises

29 November

Australia’s inflation rate has softened by more than expected in a promising sign for borrowers hoping for the end of the Reserve Bank’s interest rate hikes. The monthly consumer price index rose 4.9 per cent over the 12 months to October, down...[Read More]