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Should home ownership be part of superannuation?

Should home ownership be part of superannuation?

Liberal MPs have discussed the idea of overhauling the retirement system, with home ownership becoming the cornerstone of retirement under their proposal. Liberal politicians, including Tim Wilson, are in support of superannuation being used to help first home buyers...

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6 negotiation tactics for spring property buyers

6 negotiation tactics for spring property buyers

Interest rates remain at a record low currently, and the property market is expected to heat up as we enter spring despite the economic challenges due to the pandemic. Listings are currently lower compared to last year, which means as a buyer there may be more...

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Serving the self-employed

Serving the self-employed

Businesses of all shapes and sizes have been impacted by the coronavirus and its associated economic downturn in the past few months, but the self-employed have the double whammy of having to face this crisis alone. Annie Kane takes a look at how the self-employed are...

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Extension for JobKeeper Payment

Extension for JobKeeper Payment

On July 21st, the Government announced that the JobKeeper Payment will continue to be available for eligible businesses (including self-employed) and not-for-profits, for an additional six months until March 28th 2020. Eligibility requirements have been revised with...

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Economic Review

Economic Review

As we walk further into this financial year, let's take a look back to see what took place during the 2019 - 2020 financial year. We had the worst bushfire season we have seen Approximately 17 million hectares of land burned3,094 homes lost and sadly 33...

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Remote working to shift property price trends

Remote working to shift property price trends

The best performing areas in terms of property prices could change as remote working will make living outside the inner-city more popular, according to research. The new research has reflected on the performance of the property market post-GFC to gauge how prices...

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Investor habits: The good, the bad and the ugly

Investor habits: The good, the bad and the ugly

An investment expert has weighed in on some of the best and worst habits held by investors, and how they can help or hinder an individual’s journey to wealth. In conversation with nestegg, eToro’s Australian managing director, Robert Francis, began by highlighting the...

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Spring property market outlook 2020

Spring property market outlook 2020

Spring is almost upon us and ordinarily that would mean the busiest time of year in real estate. But 2020 has been far from ordinary due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While Australia’s property prices have held up relatively well amidst the coronavirus crisis, the...

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