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The Perils of Giving Advice …?
Sole Trader vs Company – What to do?
Negative Gearing vs Positive Gearing – what should you do?
Australians slugged twice as much as expected in bank fees
Leap In
Tips on launching your start up
How to ask for a payrise
3 Simple Steps to Becoming a Property Mogul
It’s time to lean in
Thought about income insurance?
What’s your money IQ?
Make your donation count
Common tax time blunders SMEs can avoid
One of the Great Unpaid…..
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The Perils of Giving Advice …?

OK, this is the column that could lead to divorce. But there’s something I want to get off my chest. I love my husband dearly. He’s clever and funny and …
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Sole Trader vs Company – What to do?

Self-employment is becoming increasingly common, particularly for women trying to manage the ever-present struggle to balance career and family life. From professionals launching freelance careers based on their current expertise, …
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Negative Gearing vs Positive Gearing – what should you do?

Wealth building isn’t an easy task. But having the right knowledge and mindset can help you accrue great results with how you make your money and property earn for you. …
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Australians slugged twice as much as expected in bank fees

Australian banks are charging Australian households six times more than the average person believes is fair, and twice as much as they think they’re actually paying, according to new research. …
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Leap In

Forget about leaning in: apparently we should be leaping in. That’s the conclusion of the CEO of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, Pamela Prince-Eason. For the past 17 years, …
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Tips on launching your start up

Do you have an idea for a business start-up that you haven’t put into motion yet? Perhaps you should get cracking. Plenty of others have, and are reaping amazing rewards. …
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How to ask for a payrise

It’s not easy asking for a pay rise. Worse still, a recent salary survey suggests we’re unlikely to get one, anyway. The Australian Institute of Management’s (AIM) 2014 National Salary …
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3 Simple Steps to Becoming a Property Mogul

Investing in property can be a daunting task, with so many things to think about. Remembering it is a long term investment and nobody wants to get it wrong.  I …
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It’s time to lean in

Superannuation Companies need to lean in. Or we could see a generation of women retiring in poverty. Last month, research by the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia found one …
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Thought about income insurance?

As women change jobs more often than they did in the past – losing built up sick and annual leave as a result – it’s becoming more and more difficult …
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What's your money IQ?

What’s your money IQ?

How smart are you when it comes to money? Take our quiz and find out! 1. Typically, the lowest interest rate on a loan comes from a … a)Pawn shop …
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Make your donation count

It’s the end of financial year, a time when many of us turn our attention to making charitable donations to help reduce our taxable income and the tax we will …
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Common tax time blunders SMEs can avoid

Working Australians believe they miss out on $426 of unclaimed tax each year, equating to a mammoth $1.65 billion nationwide. The results are from a recent survey, conducted by Officeworks …
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One of the Great Unpaid…..

There’s been a great deal of criticism thrown at organisations who use unpaid labour, and – in my opinion – for very good reason. All those contributing to the bottom …
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