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Private health premiums set to rise

private health premiums

Health Minister Greg Hunt wants health insurers to deliver the lowest premium rise in more than 15 years but families could still have to pay $200 a year more.

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Where to buy into the property market in 2018

property market

With crystal ball gazing property trends in 2018, Mozo property expert, Steve Jovcevski, expects prices to further cool in the major housing market of Sydney, while Melbourne will enjoy a spike in property value. Brisbane houses should slowly increase while Hobart will continue to be the star performer. Read more about each city…

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New depreciation legislation for Australian property investors

property depreciation legislation

In one of the most dramatic changes to property depreciation legislation in more than 15 years, Parliament has passed the Treasury Laws Amendment (Housing Tax Integrity) Bill 2017 as at Wednesday 15th November 2017, with the Bill now legislation.

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5 tips for saving money this Christmas

Christmas money

You don’t have to go into debt to let your family know they are loved. Use these top 5 tips for saving money this Christmas and everyone will feel the love.

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Thousands of superannuation options leaving consumers bewildered, survey reveals

superannuation

Banks are overloading consumers with choice, and the public believes the banks have a track record of offering numerous financial products, including superannuation, designed to make it hard to assess which is right for them, a new survey finds.

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No GST getaway for ride-sourcing drivers

ride-sourcing

Are you an uber driver or another ride-sourcing driver?…then you need to read this and make sure you are meeting your tax obligations.

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Insured breast cancer patients worse off, report finds

breast cancer

Breast cancer patients with private health insurance appear to be financially worse off compared to those who rely on Medicare, a report has found.

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Consumers going online to save on funeral planning, study finds

funeral plan

A new study reveals more and more Baby Boomers and tech-savvy elderly are heading online for funeral planning.

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Super and retirement incomes at stake in the gig economy?

gig economy

The Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) today released a discussion paper on the changing nature of work and the implications of this for Australian workers, including their superannuation.

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Spring into action for one of five $1000 prizes to boost your super balance

Win

With prizes on offer for Australians investing in their super and so many women suffering lower balances than their male counterparts, it makes sense for women to not only invest more into super but try for a Super Booster Day prize to help bump up their balance.

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