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Money Magazine

Nov 01 2021
Magazine

Money magazine helps you manage your finances by cutting through the jargon to deliver clear and precise information to help you save money and make the most of your investments. Each issue, you'll enjoy credible, well-researched reports and expert commentary from some of Australia's most respected financial writers.

To have and to hold

Letter of the month

What would you do with $10k right now?

The Money team

250 great reasons to celebrate • More than 20 years after its launch, Money is still fulfilling its core mission of providing readers with the latest information to make the best choices

Robo advice can deliver the goods at a lower cost

NEWS & VIEWS

Invest with ‘the least regrets’

NEWS BITES

Why pro bono advice matters

THIS MONTH

Neobanks charge ahead

We can do it ourselves, thanks

Wealth relies on bricks and mortar

Rate rise forecast within a year

Older men more likely to freak out

Strong support for sustainable funds

Bargains to be found in energy

HOLD Wesfarmers (WES) • The Intelligent Investor Gaurav Sodhi

Fact file • Danielle Robertson

In the company of angels

NEED PAUL’S HELP?

Q&A

SMART SPENDING

PAUL’S VERDICT

Recent arrivals are keen to build savings

Ask your question

ASK THE EXPERTS WHERE TO INVEST $10K • In a challenging year, one silver lining is that many of us have been able to stash away some extra cash. Here are eight ways to make the most of it.

A betrayal of trust • Under the cover of lockdowns, unscrupulous children and other relatives are ripping off ageing parents more than ever

BEWARE THE GRANNY FLAT TRAP

SIGNS OF FINANCIAL ABUSE

HOW TO PROTECT YOUR PARENTS

A conversation we need to have • Dementia affects an increasing number of Australians, and families should plan now for the financial risks

Green loans save money, too • Special deals are available for households that want to do their bit for the environment

Practise walking the plank • Investors will do better if they focus on the goal, rather than the risk

Things to help you succeed

It’s payday - but not for the boss • Many enterprise owners underpay themselves, often to ensure they stay afloat

Add power to the estate plan • It’s important to nominate a trusted person to make decisions on your behalf should you become incapacitated

WHAT CAN HAPPEN WHEN YOU DON’T HAVE A POWER OF ATTORNEY

WIN A COPY

Don’t settle for a default • While many workers are happy for their boss to choose a super fund, it can pay to check out the alternatives

Fund “stapling” to cut duplication

Tell the truth, the whole truth • Investment labels such as ‘balanced’ don’t always mean what they suggest

NOW IT’S EASIER TO SPOT THE DUDS

Neighbours’ big payday • Homeowners who band together to sell a mega-lot of land, rather than selling individually, can double their profits

If you’re approached by a developer

A little pain can be a good thing • Lending restrictions to rein in booming house prices are prudent risk management

Another brick in the portfolio • Would-be investors don’t need a fortune – as little as $250 is enough to get going

The good, the bad, the costly • Lockdowns have triggered an outbreak of home improvement projects. These are the pitfalls to avoid.

Borrow to get ahead • You can boost your returns by using someone else’s money, but the payoff is not without risks

Margin lending: how it works

Need help? • Useful numbers and websites

What the Evergrande crisis means • As the dust...


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Money magazine helps you manage your finances by cutting through the jargon to deliver clear and precise information to help you save money and make the most of your investments. Each issue, you'll enjoy credible, well-researched reports and expert commentary from some of Australia's most respected financial writers.

To have and to hold

Letter of the month

What would you do with $10k right now?

The Money team

250 great reasons to celebrate • More than 20 years after its launch, Money is still fulfilling its core mission of providing readers with the latest information to make the best choices

Robo advice can deliver the goods at a lower cost

NEWS & VIEWS

Invest with ‘the least regrets’

NEWS BITES

Why pro bono advice matters

THIS MONTH

Neobanks charge ahead

We can do it ourselves, thanks

Wealth relies on bricks and mortar

Rate rise forecast within a year

Older men more likely to freak out

Strong support for sustainable funds

Bargains to be found in energy

HOLD Wesfarmers (WES) • The Intelligent Investor Gaurav Sodhi

Fact file • Danielle Robertson

In the company of angels

NEED PAUL’S HELP?

Q&A

SMART SPENDING

PAUL’S VERDICT

Recent arrivals are keen to build savings

Ask your question

ASK THE EXPERTS WHERE TO INVEST $10K • In a challenging year, one silver lining is that many of us have been able to stash away some extra cash. Here are eight ways to make the most of it.

A betrayal of trust • Under the cover of lockdowns, unscrupulous children and other relatives are ripping off ageing parents more than ever

BEWARE THE GRANNY FLAT TRAP

SIGNS OF FINANCIAL ABUSE

HOW TO PROTECT YOUR PARENTS

A conversation we need to have • Dementia affects an increasing number of Australians, and families should plan now for the financial risks

Green loans save money, too • Special deals are available for households that want to do their bit for the environment

Practise walking the plank • Investors will do better if they focus on the goal, rather than the risk

Things to help you succeed

It’s payday - but not for the boss • Many enterprise owners underpay themselves, often to ensure they stay afloat

Add power to the estate plan • It’s important to nominate a trusted person to make decisions on your behalf should you become incapacitated

WHAT CAN HAPPEN WHEN YOU DON’T HAVE A POWER OF ATTORNEY

WIN A COPY

Don’t settle for a default • While many workers are happy for their boss to choose a super fund, it can pay to check out the alternatives

Fund “stapling” to cut duplication

Tell the truth, the whole truth • Investment labels such as ‘balanced’ don’t always mean what they suggest

NOW IT’S EASIER TO SPOT THE DUDS

Neighbours’ big payday • Homeowners who band together to sell a mega-lot of land, rather than selling individually, can double their profits

If you’re approached by a developer

A little pain can be a good thing • Lending restrictions to rein in booming house prices are prudent risk management

Another brick in the portfolio • Would-be investors don’t need a fortune – as little as $250 is enough to get going

The good, the bad, the costly • Lockdowns have triggered an outbreak of home improvement projects. These are the pitfalls to avoid.

Borrow to get ahead • You can boost your returns by using someone else’s money, but the payoff is not without risks

Margin lending: how it works

Need help? • Useful numbers and websites

What the Evergrande crisis means • As the dust...


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