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December 2018

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Reviewing Your Super Fund In The New Year

2019 is nearly upon us, and whether or not you make a habit of making (or gleefully breaking) New Year’s…

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APRA Lifts Restrictions On Interest-Only Bank Loans

Australian property bodies are hopeful that the lifting of a restriction on interest-only bank loans will boost the property market.…

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An Alternative To Bank Stocks

December has not been kind to the Australian banking sector. Scandals have plagued the Big Four. Banking shares have generally…

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Episode 24: Theresa May survives the no-confidence vote

This week the gents discuss Theresa May’s status in Parliament, the EU’s reaction to Brexit, the future of the Australian…

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Geopolitics And The Rise And Fall Of The December Stock Market

A week can be a long time in politics, but that’s nothing compared to a week in the stock market.…

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What Property Is Going Up While Sydney And Melbourne Are Falling?

The housing market in Sydney and Melbourne is continuing to look ordinary for existing property owners wanting to sell. In…

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Recent stories

Four steps to plan for a better retirement

Many investors concentrate on building their nest egg during their working lives to pay or help pay for their retirement…

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Weekly Market Updates | October 19, 2021

Watch UGC’s weekly market update videos to find out the week’s most important financial and investment news.

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Tax and super

How much tax you pay on your super contributions and withdrawals depends on: your total super amount your age the…

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An introduction to Home Care

Key points: Assessment teams will help you find the rights services to suit your care needs or basic help you…

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How To Negotiate The Best Property Price

Negotiating the best property price isn’t a matter of swindling a seller. It’s about doing your homework, knowing what you…

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