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Money Magazine

Apr 01 2022
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.

Savings with bite

Feedback

Prize worth winning

REG’S TOON

Which personal finance rule do you break and why?

The Money team

7 tips that will make an impact • This month we start a new feature in which readers discuss their financial experiences. Reader Jack Talbot reveals what he has learnt – and what he wishes his younger self had known.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

How the office is changing

For $40m, you can join the ultra-rich club

Money mistakes we make

NEWS BITES

BOOK OF THE MONTH • THE END OF TECHNOPHOBIA: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO DIGITISING YOUR BUSINESS Tracy Sheen; Publish Central, $34.95

SNAPSHOT • How rents are expected to rise

APP OF THE MONTH • AUDIBLE COST: $16.45/MONTH OS: IOS AND ANDROID

Negative gearing works for shares too

How to be the next unicorn

Cash finds new fans on TikTok

Renters turn the tables on landlords

Moving is an expensive business

Covid pushes super pool to new record

Aussies want to be responsible

‘Unloved’ markets shine

BUY Westfarmers (WES) • The Intelligent Investor James Carlisle

Fact file

Journey into a greener world

NEED PAUL’S HELP?

Q&A

Destination Cairns • It’s a great time to visit tropical north Queensland. First stop, Cairns.

Paul’s verdict: Build a share portfolio or buy a property • Salary sacrificing into super is a powerful strategy

What should I do with $30k in savings?

BREAK FREE • The financial independence movement is inspiring new followers – as young as 28 – who want to quit their day job and do their own thing

Dave

Jason*, 49

The big question: rent or buy? • Buying a home to live in can delay early retirement plans, although there are certain advantages

Leo, Alisha, Dom,4, and toddler Ellie*

Michelle

For retirees who can’t give up creature comforts

Serina Bird, 49

Seven for great saving ideas

Tasha

Life’s one long holiday

Ease the work-life conflict • The pandemic has supercharged the digital revolution, forcing us to reconsider what is important to us

Keep digging to strike gold

Boost for small businesses • There’s a banking loan that helps small businesses get back on their feet but it’s only available for a limited time

Diary of a super fund in a crisis • Australia’s second-biggest super fund, the newly formed Australian Retirement Trust, was quick to react to the Russia-Ukraine conflict

Economic sanctions

Tap into the power of the brain • Whether you want to amass wealth or lose weight, if you set small goals you can achieve big things

5 small keys to unlock your motivation machine

When it’s time to quit • While most owners soldier on, sometimes there’s no alternative to shutting shop

How to avoid the ultimate rip-off • When a loved one dies, there are many financial and emotional challenges for the next of kin to face

Don’t forget online accounts

Reality behind the dream • Buying a getaway may seem like a great idea after enjoying an idyllic vacation, but does it stack up financially?

Plan a laundry that works • This functional and rather neglected room deserves a bit of love and attention to make it complement the rest of the house

They’re in it for the long haul •...


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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.

Savings with bite

Feedback

Prize worth winning

REG’S TOON

Which personal finance rule do you break and why?

The Money team

7 tips that will make an impact • This month we start a new feature in which readers discuss their financial experiences. Reader Jack Talbot reveals what he has learnt – and what he wishes his younger self had known.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

How the office is changing

For $40m, you can join the ultra-rich club

Money mistakes we make

NEWS BITES

BOOK OF THE MONTH • THE END OF TECHNOPHOBIA: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO DIGITISING YOUR BUSINESS Tracy Sheen; Publish Central, $34.95

SNAPSHOT • How rents are expected to rise

APP OF THE MONTH • AUDIBLE COST: $16.45/MONTH OS: IOS AND ANDROID

Negative gearing works for shares too

How to be the next unicorn

Cash finds new fans on TikTok

Renters turn the tables on landlords

Moving is an expensive business

Covid pushes super pool to new record

Aussies want to be responsible

‘Unloved’ markets shine

BUY Westfarmers (WES) • The Intelligent Investor James Carlisle

Fact file

Journey into a greener world

NEED PAUL’S HELP?

Q&A

Destination Cairns • It’s a great time to visit tropical north Queensland. First stop, Cairns.

Paul’s verdict: Build a share portfolio or buy a property • Salary sacrificing into super is a powerful strategy

What should I do with $30k in savings?

BREAK FREE • The financial independence movement is inspiring new followers – as young as 28 – who want to quit their day job and do their own thing

Dave

Jason*, 49

The big question: rent or buy? • Buying a home to live in can delay early retirement plans, although there are certain advantages

Leo, Alisha, Dom,4, and toddler Ellie*

Michelle

For retirees who can’t give up creature comforts

Serina Bird, 49

Seven for great saving ideas

Tasha

Life’s one long holiday

Ease the work-life conflict • The pandemic has supercharged the digital revolution, forcing us to reconsider what is important to us

Keep digging to strike gold

Boost for small businesses • There’s a banking loan that helps small businesses get back on their feet but it’s only available for a limited time

Diary of a super fund in a crisis • Australia’s second-biggest super fund, the newly formed Australian Retirement Trust, was quick to react to the Russia-Ukraine conflict

Economic sanctions

Tap into the power of the brain • Whether you want to amass wealth or lose weight, if you set small goals you can achieve big things

5 small keys to unlock your motivation machine

When it’s time to quit • While most owners soldier on, sometimes there’s no alternative to shutting shop

How to avoid the ultimate rip-off • When a loved one dies, there are many financial and emotional challenges for the next of kin to face

Don’t forget online accounts

Reality behind the dream • Buying a getaway may seem like a great idea after enjoying an idyllic vacation, but does it stack up financially?

Plan a laundry that works • This functional and rather neglected room deserves a bit of love and attention to make it complement the rest of the house

They’re in it for the long haul •...


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