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Money Magazine

Feb 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.

From gloom to boom in 2021

Feedback

Do you have any new money goals for 2021?

Money Australia

Breaking up isn’t that hard to do 2021 • Welcome to a new year – hopefully a happier new year

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Retirees to get a new target

Ditch those old habits that cost you money

How marriage affects a will

NEWS BITES

BOOK OF THE MONTH

How we play our cards

APP OF THE MONTH

When occupancy costs are deductible

Data reforms could have a dark side

Returning Aussies face a tax hit

Home values overcome the odds

Young people want their own place

Gold makes way for Bitcoin

Super funds struggle to beat the market

Tech and Tesla lead the way

BUY Aussie Broadband (ABB) • The Intelligent Investor Gaurav Sodhi

Fact file

Charging ahead

NEED PAUL’S HELP?

Q&A

Destination Uluru • Now is a better time than ever to start exploring our own backyard and what better place to visit than Uluru. Take in the culture of Anangu, the traditional owners of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.

WINE SPOTLIGHT

SPLURGE

PAUL’S VERDICT

We’re ready to buy our first home

TOP 50 SHARE AND PROPERTY BUYS

GET READY FOR ANOTHER BOOM

HOW 2020 TURNED OUT

OTHER STATES AND TERRITORIES

CATCH THE RECOVERY WAVE

THE TOP FIVE PICKS

HOW THEY WERE CHOSEN

Clicks before bricks • Technology has revolutionised the way we do our banking, but the challenge is making sure no-one is left behind

CASE STUDY

Put your savings to the test • Avoid unnecessary fees and charges on your account and shop around for a better interest rate

Trade in the Toorak tractors • A simple checklist can help us overcome the common biases that keep us in poor financial arrangements

Three tips to help you switch:

What’s still up for grabs • Businesses that act fast can take advantage of valuable financial support

DIY research can pay off

Battle over an inheritance • Where there’s a will, there’s sometimes an angry sibling and a legal challenge

Buyer’s taxing issue • A NSW proposal to replace stamp duty could benefit downsizers but complicate investors’ plans

Right in the middle • A property manager with the right skills can keep owners and renters happy even in troubled times

Look on the income upside • Listed property trusts have had a rough time, but there are better days ahead as share prices and yields recover

A case for the defence • Investors who want to avoid sharemarket volatility and possible loss of income have a more predictable alternative

How to buy them

It’s all in the timing • Switching or selling investments during a downturn can scupper retirement plans

Water could be the new oil • Investors can play a role in averting a looming crisis for one of our most precious resources

3 FUNDS TO WATCH

Between a rock and a hard place • Young home buyers struggling to raise a deposit also have to keep an eye on their retirement savings

The first home super saver scheme

Teach the children well • In leading by example, parents can pass on valuable, lifelong insights into the world of saving and investing

Game on: do it their way

7 things that really matter • As we get back into...


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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.

From gloom to boom in 2021

Feedback

Do you have any new money goals for 2021?

Money Australia

Breaking up isn’t that hard to do 2021 • Welcome to a new year – hopefully a happier new year

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Retirees to get a new target

Ditch those old habits that cost you money

How marriage affects a will

NEWS BITES

BOOK OF THE MONTH

How we play our cards

APP OF THE MONTH

When occupancy costs are deductible

Data reforms could have a dark side

Returning Aussies face a tax hit

Home values overcome the odds

Young people want their own place

Gold makes way for Bitcoin

Super funds struggle to beat the market

Tech and Tesla lead the way

BUY Aussie Broadband (ABB) • The Intelligent Investor Gaurav Sodhi

Fact file

Charging ahead

NEED PAUL’S HELP?

Q&A

Destination Uluru • Now is a better time than ever to start exploring our own backyard and what better place to visit than Uluru. Take in the culture of Anangu, the traditional owners of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.

WINE SPOTLIGHT

SPLURGE

PAUL’S VERDICT

We’re ready to buy our first home

TOP 50 SHARE AND PROPERTY BUYS

GET READY FOR ANOTHER BOOM

HOW 2020 TURNED OUT

OTHER STATES AND TERRITORIES

CATCH THE RECOVERY WAVE

THE TOP FIVE PICKS

HOW THEY WERE CHOSEN

Clicks before bricks • Technology has revolutionised the way we do our banking, but the challenge is making sure no-one is left behind

CASE STUDY

Put your savings to the test • Avoid unnecessary fees and charges on your account and shop around for a better interest rate

Trade in the Toorak tractors • A simple checklist can help us overcome the common biases that keep us in poor financial arrangements

Three tips to help you switch:

What’s still up for grabs • Businesses that act fast can take advantage of valuable financial support

DIY research can pay off

Battle over an inheritance • Where there’s a will, there’s sometimes an angry sibling and a legal challenge

Buyer’s taxing issue • A NSW proposal to replace stamp duty could benefit downsizers but complicate investors’ plans

Right in the middle • A property manager with the right skills can keep owners and renters happy even in troubled times

Look on the income upside • Listed property trusts have had a rough time, but there are better days ahead as share prices and yields recover

A case for the defence • Investors who want to avoid sharemarket volatility and possible loss of income have a more predictable alternative

How to buy them

It’s all in the timing • Switching or selling investments during a downturn can scupper retirement plans

Water could be the new oil • Investors can play a role in averting a looming crisis for one of our most precious resources

3 FUNDS TO WATCH

Between a rock and a hard place • Young home buyers struggling to raise a deposit also have to keep an eye on their retirement savings

The first home super saver scheme

Teach the children well • In leading by example, parents can pass on valuable, lifelong insights into the world of saving and investing

Game on: do it their way

7 things that really matter • As we get back into...


Expand title description text