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Money Magazine

Nov 01 2020
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.

Home care is the way to go – if you can get it

Stay ahead of the curveballs

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How would you invest $10,000 now?

Money Australia

It’s time to repair our world • By mindfully spending our tax cuts (if we can afford it) we can help make Australia a better place

NEWS & VIEWS • Corona travel concerns

MY MONEY

PROPERTY

INVESTING

SHARES

Fact file

The joy of writing

NEED PAUL’S HELP?

Q&A

SMART SPENDING

PAUL’S VERDICT

Can we use super to pay off the loan?

OUR EXPERT PICKS

WHERE TO INVEST $10k

Where can I invest my money other than in a term deposit?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

How have I invested during 2020?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

Has the pandemic opened up new boom or must-watch suburbs?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

Where would I invest for my children?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

How does Australia work itself out of recession?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

What is your investment roadmap for 2021?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

Should I invest my super in an ESG option?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

What has Covid-19 meant for my FIRE plans?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

Ease the heartbreak • Couples who are financially and legally prepared for a break-up are in a better position to cope and move on

Get the most out of mediation or collaborative law

Make time for a check-up • If you take a close interest in your super, you stand a better chance of accumulating the funds you need for a decent retirement

AT ANYTIME

It’s still ‘borrower beware’ • Proposed new laws should make it easier to get a home loan, but that’s no reason to throw caution to the wind

Art of conversation

Mind your language • How we talk about money can help us control our emotions and our finances

Parental leave catches on • More employers are helping parents adjust to life with a new arrival

Share in the cash splash • The big-spending budget gives SMEs a better chance of surviving the recession and taking part in a recovery

Through the minefield • With rents drying up and insurers restricting payouts, landlords are finding it doesn’t pay to skimp on cover

What a policy covers

What insurers are doing

Road to a dream retirement • Putting extra money into super rather than the mortgage could pay off

Lifeline for retirees • Equity in the home can be released to top up retirement funds – but there are catches

Put yourself in control • The cost--conscious investor can benefit from the greater efficiency and transparency provided by increasingly popular managed accounts

Join the activities • ETFs with active managers are gaining ground, though it pays to take a close look at the costs

TAKE THE FEES INTO ACCOUNT

NOT EVERYONE IS A WINNER

Say goodbye to the duds • Industrial agreements that restrict choice of fund will soon be a thing of the past

CHECK YOUR INSURANCE BEFORE YOU SWITCH FUNDS

Inflation’s moving target • A significant shift in US monetary policy has implications for risk assets such as equities

3 FUNDS TO WATCH

Out of the comfort zone • A year of disappointing returns has forced SMSF investors to reconsider their love...


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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.

Home care is the way to go – if you can get it

Stay ahead of the curveballs

Feedback

SUBSCRIBE

How would you invest $10,000 now?

Money Australia

It’s time to repair our world • By mindfully spending our tax cuts (if we can afford it) we can help make Australia a better place

NEWS & VIEWS • Corona travel concerns

MY MONEY

PROPERTY

INVESTING

SHARES

Fact file

The joy of writing

NEED PAUL’S HELP?

Q&A

SMART SPENDING

PAUL’S VERDICT

Can we use super to pay off the loan?

OUR EXPERT PICKS

WHERE TO INVEST $10k

Where can I invest my money other than in a term deposit?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

How have I invested during 2020?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

Has the pandemic opened up new boom or must-watch suburbs?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

Where would I invest for my children?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

How does Australia work itself out of recession?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

What is your investment roadmap for 2021?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

Should I invest my super in an ESG option?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

What has Covid-19 meant for my FIRE plans?

WHERE I WOULD INVEST $10K

Ease the heartbreak • Couples who are financially and legally prepared for a break-up are in a better position to cope and move on

Get the most out of mediation or collaborative law

Make time for a check-up • If you take a close interest in your super, you stand a better chance of accumulating the funds you need for a decent retirement

AT ANYTIME

It’s still ‘borrower beware’ • Proposed new laws should make it easier to get a home loan, but that’s no reason to throw caution to the wind

Art of conversation

Mind your language • How we talk about money can help us control our emotions and our finances

Parental leave catches on • More employers are helping parents adjust to life with a new arrival

Share in the cash splash • The big-spending budget gives SMEs a better chance of surviving the recession and taking part in a recovery

Through the minefield • With rents drying up and insurers restricting payouts, landlords are finding it doesn’t pay to skimp on cover

What a policy covers

What insurers are doing

Road to a dream retirement • Putting extra money into super rather than the mortgage could pay off

Lifeline for retirees • Equity in the home can be released to top up retirement funds – but there are catches

Put yourself in control • The cost--conscious investor can benefit from the greater efficiency and transparency provided by increasingly popular managed accounts

Join the activities • ETFs with active managers are gaining ground, though it pays to take a close look at the costs

TAKE THE FEES INTO ACCOUNT

NOT EVERYONE IS A WINNER

Say goodbye to the duds • Industrial agreements that restrict choice of fund will soon be a thing of the past

CHECK YOUR INSURANCE BEFORE YOU SWITCH FUNDS

Inflation’s moving target • A significant shift in US monetary policy has implications for risk assets such as equities

3 FUNDS TO WATCH

Out of the comfort zone • A year of disappointing returns has forced SMSF investors to reconsider their love...


Expand title description text