April saw a surge in Chinese COVID-19 cases. Governments have implemented lockdowns, impacting around 375 million people across 45 cities since the beginning of this outbreak. Markets expect further downward pressure on Chinese economic growth, supply chain disruption and inflation.
March provided a wide range of returns across asset classes.
We all pay tax to help ensure everyone in the community has access to basic services.
Love it or loathe it, tax is one of society’s most important functions. It helps pay for schools, hospitals, roads and many of the basic services we need to go about our lives. It’s important to understand how it works, so you can make sure you pay the right amount of tax.
The Australian tax system provides generous tax breaks and benefits for retirees. Here’s what you need to know.
Taking charge of your money and committing to building wealth is critical to securing your family’s finances. By putting the right building blocks in place, you can create a financial future where you tell your money what you want it to do and not the other way around.
Rising inflation, the escalating conflict between Russia and Ukraine, COVID-19 related lockdowns in China and the US Federal Reserve’s much-anticipated official cash rate increase all influenced investment markets.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg delivered the Government’s annual Federal Budget address, announcing a broad range of measures aimed at addressing the cost of living and accelerating our economic recovery out of the pandemic slump.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg unveiled his fourth budget highlighting that ‘a strong economy means a stronger budget’. The 2022-23 Budget builds on 4 pillars including cost of living relief, jobs creation, essential services investment, higher defence and national security spend.
Wanting to stay in your own home? Here is a list of support options to help you stay independent as you get older.
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