The professional investors and analysts in Australian property are not panicking. They do, however, predict continuing softness in the market as a cyclical correction following an extended period of growth.
The decision to retire is a personal one that’s often as much about your purpose for working as it is about your finances. We look at the signs that it could be time to move on, as well as how to plan for a successful retirement.
Blockchain is forecast to transform many industries by providing fast, verifiable transfer and tracking.
The financial and accounting sector has a key role to play in the federal government's crackdown on the black economy.
The May Federal Budget announced that from 1 July 2019, celebrities and other famous people will no longer be allowed to license their fame or image rights to another entity, and potentially reduce their tax rate.
This month marks 10 years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the event wildly credited with triggering the global financial crisis. Here's how it unfolded.
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Can blockchain, a decentralised ledger system, really work within the strongly centralised public sector?
Company directors face tougher scrutiny over how they recognise and account for climate change risk.
What is the outlook for Australian property prices now that the property market has passed its peak? Will house prices continue to deflate in key markets?
In our hyper-connected digital age, news about self-made teenage millionaires and cryptocurrency trends abound and yet, on the other side of the coin, research shows financial literacy in young Australians is declining.
As the abolition of child labour is a priority of the United Nations, Australia is formally addressing working standards domestically to eradicate modern slavery.
Experts believe it is not a lack of insight or intelligence that makes us abandon caution, but a behavioural tick hardwired into our brains known as optimism bias. It can be dangerous and lead to crippling financial decisions.
Employers do not have to pay the 9.5 per cent superannuation guarantee to people who earn less than A$450 a month from one employer. Critics say this disadvantages low-income workers or people who work multiple jobs with different employers. Should the threshold be raised, or dropped altogether?
India's economic growth has been propelled by government reforms, business innovation and a dynamic young workforce.
When it comes to a potential global food insecurity, leading experts are stressing it is better to be proactive than reactive.
If the sharing economy is an idea whose time has arrived, Singapore is front and centre. Its modern information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure and usage, demographics, tourism, consumer preferences and government support are all key drivers of the so-called shareconomy.
The Parliamentary Budget Office report into Australia’s future tax base paints a picture of declining revenues and increasing demands on the public purse.
Could the Australian Banking Royal Commission lead to a credit crunch for small business and consumers?
A paradox is emerging in Australian retirement: retirees aren’t spending, even when they can afford to do so.