Money

Tue 19 Jun 2018

Couple turns $145k into $7.5m

Couple turns $145k into $7.5m

A RETIRED couple have walked away with a record price in Brisbane after selling the family home site to make way for 32 new houses.

'GET OUT OF JAIL FREE': Aussies' self-service checkout trick

'GET OUT OF JAIL FREE': Aussies' self-service checkout trick

COLES is nabbing “hundreds” of self-service checkout thieves every week, but a shocking number of us are still getting away with it.

Choosing the wrong NBN plan could cost you hundreds

Choosing the wrong NBN plan could cost you hundreds

NEW analysis has identified some of the best NBN providers and choosing the right plan could save consumers up to $736 a year.

20 jobs with the biggest salary increases

20 jobs with the biggest salary increases

IF YOU’RE lucky enough to work in one of these 20 jobs, you are luckier than the rest of us, because certain professions are enjoying far better pay rises.

Six pathways to Australia’s ‘economic armageddon’

Six pathways to Australia’s ‘economic armageddon’

THINGS are about to get very bad for Australia — but the question is how. Here are six ways we’ll usher in “economic armageddon”.

NSW Budget preview: What’s in it for you

NSW Budget preview: What’s in it for you

THE NSW Government will spend $3 billion on high-speed underground rail as part of the state Budget to be handed down today.

Mon 18 Jun 2018

Annoying tax thing you don’t have to do now

Annoying tax thing you don’t have to do now

MANY Aussies are still making this big tax time mistake every year — even though the law changed almost two decades ago.

Hard times for property in self-managed super

Hard times for property in self-managed super

BUYING a residential property in a self-managed super fund can deliver Australians huge tax savings, but rule it's tricky.

Ditch your budget to save thousands

Ditch your budget to save thousands

IT SEEMS to go against common sense, but this plan will save you money far more effectively than a strict budget.

Personal tax cut up for debate

Personal tax cut up for debate

PLANS for both personal income and business tax cuts will be put to the test during the next two weeks of parliamentary sittings.

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