The instant asset write-off threshold has been increased to $30,000 and extended to 30 June 2020.
What the election outcome means for you?The federal election is done and dusted, and the Coalition Government has been given another three years in power. How will this outcome affect Australians’ finances? What will change – and what won’t – when it comes to policies affecting people’s money? Can we…
If you’re organised with your finances, the high cost of living doesn’t have to mean diminished savings.
Set a good example for your children with just a few simple changes. As a parent, you try to ensure your children have the skills to make smart financial decisions. For example, you tell them about the importance of saving or the power of compounding interest. But did you know that you could be sending them negative money messages without meaning to?
The investment world can change dramatically from one month to the next. But these secrets of successful investors never go out of style.
At its meeting today, the Board decided to lower the cash rate by 25 basis points to 1.00 per cent.