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Send your questions to: Ask Paul, Money magazine, Level 7, 55 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW 2000 or Sorry, but Paul can’t personally answer your questions other than in the Q&A column. By submitting your question to Money, you co
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Run Your Own Retirement Race
When I read an article recently by journalist Karren Vergara (on on her super balance of $154,000, it got me thinking. With just over 25 years to retirement, she can’t possibly reach the $1 million mark that so many of us are convinc
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News Bites
Schroders has rolled out a new actively managed fund that will invest in China A-Shares, companies listed in China and Hong Kong and US-listed ADRs. The Schroder All China Equity Opportunities Fund is pitched as a fundamental, bottom-up fund that aim
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Take A Punt On Hidden Value
There are two things to know about Tabcorp’s current state: its money-for-jam lotteries business is even better than it looks, and its wagering division is being grossly undervalued by a recent takeover offer. Let’s start with lotteries. As the pande
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Key To A Better Retirement
Most retired renters in Australia live in poverty, whereas very few retired homeowners suffer the same fate, according to a key finding of the federal government’s Retirement Income Review. Could there be a better argument for owning a fully paid off
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Dollarmites Bites The Dust
The Queensland government has banned Commonwealth Bank’s school banking Dollarmites program, prompting consumer groups to call for a nationwide ban. Grace Grace, the Queensland education minister, said children are growing up in a world where money c
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The Fight Club Of Finance
Once the domain of professional investors looking to hedge their portfolios, contracts for difference (CFDs) are increasingly being traded by retail investors. But are they worth the risk? CFDs are over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives, so the underlyin
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Farmland Proves Its Value
New data from Rural Bank provides detailed insights into the true monetary value of Australia’s farmland. Its Australian Farmland Values report reveals that for the first time in 15 years, all states saw growth in median price per hectare, demonstrat
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In Search Of Certainty
Should the federal government be telling retirees how to invest their super and spend their savings? Its Retirement Income Review noted with concern that retirees are being too parsimonious with their savings and leaving bequests to their kids. The g
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Keep Cool In A Hot Market
Property has been dominating investment conversations. While prices have risen in many places, the market is especially hot (some say too hot) in the capital cities and Byron Bay, the new Hollywood favourite, . According to CoreLogic, capital city av
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Foolish Takeaway
There’s no harm in looking for business tailwinds. In fact, they can be wonderful. You want true longevity, though. So, for keeping customers essentially for their lifetime, plus a market-leading brand, practitioner recommendation and a long growth r
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I’ve really enjoyed Phil Slade’s contribution to Money over the years in his Mind Games column. Having studied psychology myself, I’m able to get a sense of how many of our decisions around money are often not so much about money at all. One of the m
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HOLD Vista Group (VGL)
Cinemas have been crushed by the pandemic while studios are withholding blockbuster content and releasing direct-to-the-consumer for the first time. The big question is whether studios, having experimented with home releases, will return to the cinem
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“I Like To Invest In Red Bricks And Blue Chips And Hang On”
What was your first job? My first job was at Coles in Adelaide. I was the microphone attendant and I used to be able to say things like “we have a red spot discount” and “are you having a bar mitzvah or party happening? We have specials today in ais
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There is a winning number that pre-retirees and retirees need to know. We call it “the sweet spot” – the point where superannuation combines with the full age pension. The sweet spot has been harder to hit since the federal government tightened the a
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Fact File
Online beauty products entrepreneur and co-founder of Adore Beauty; age 43; lives in Melbourne with her family Started work as soon as she was old enough, after her parents imposed a $12-a-week pocket money cap. First job was in a pharmacy in her ho
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Tim Harcourt
Tim Harcourt is the “Airport Economist”. That is the title of the book he wrote when he travelled widely to get an anecdotal feel for other economies as well as the numbers. The name was originally used to insult the American economist Milton Friedma
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App Of The Month
Entering the market and offering free brokerage charges for ETF purchases, Superhero is a cheap alternative to most online broking platforms. Other trades are priced at $5. Regular features cover advanced order placements, real-time market data, comp
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I Live In Fear Of Ending Up Homeless
How do low-income-earning single mothers with health issues get their foot in the door buying property? I’m a single mum of two awesome children. I have a series of health issues that have impacted my employment opportunities for a while now.  One of
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Floats Without Fears
‘Dear Gregory, the RAMS saver bonus rate will change to the new rate below …” Emails kicking off with this deflating news have arrived in my inbox with depressing monotony over the past few years. In2019,RAMS waspayingthe hardlyinspiring (but still c
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Value Is Back In Fashion
The winds of economic change are blowing in favour of value stocks, according to a research paper, titled The Drought Breaks: A Broad-Based Value Rebound, from Realindex. Globally, value stocks returned an average 10.3% in the first quarter of 2021,
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Millions Set To Fall Short On Super
Research from Industry Super Australia estimates that millions of low- and middle-income families will not have enough money for retirement unless the federal government raises the superannuation guarantee. If the rate is frozen at the present 9.5%,
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Get Down To Business
Despite our many years of investing experience, it has taken us a long time to understand what commercial property is and isn’t. There’s no point in investing your hard-earned money if you don’t really “get” how it works and how you can make money fr
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Return Of The Bargain Hunter
Value investing is all about finding bargains. The market prices stocks based on supply and demand, but this price may sometimes be below what investment experts assess to be a “fair” price. As the father of value investing, Benjamin Graham, has said
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Let’s Drink To Debt At 2.8%
My first car was paid for with the cash I earned cutting watercress in Whitwell in the UK for 10 hours a day, six days a week, for 10 weeks in the summer of 1979. I had to stand or kneel all day in water, bending up and down. Health and safety at wor
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How Do You Give Back To The Community?
This year I’m on a mission to donate plasma every two weeks. One in three Aussies will need blood products in their lifetime, but only one in 30 of us donates each year, so I’m trying to move the needle (pardon the pun). It’s a rewarding way to suppo
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The Holiday Is Over
It has been anything but business as usual in the world of taxation. “The ATO has been very lenient throughout 2020, offering payment arrangements, deferrals of lodgements, remission of penalties and general interest charges, and generally trying to
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What They Mean
Performance after fees: When calculating fees, Rainmaker assumes a member has $50,000 in their account. Strategy: Some MySuper products invest your superannuation based on age and are known as lifecycle funds (marked LC). The table includes the LC o
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