Many Australians have been told they will need more than $1 million in super to retire, but we’ve found the sweet spot which means you only need $275,000.
Susan has been a finance journalist for 30 years, beginning at the Australian Financial Review before moving to the Sydney Morning Herald. She edited ASFA's Superfunds magazine and wrote the best-selling Women and Money.
Kathleen and Tim want to plan for retirement: should they salary sacrifice more or leverage property to invest? And how can they help set up their kids?
Transport costs account for around 14% of the average household budget, and that figure is on the rise.
A young property owner is keen to put his modest savings to good use despite still having a big mortgage.
With power prices doubling over the past five years, it is time to check out what electricity and gas rebates are available.
If you want to keep funeral costs down, at last there is an option that won’t break the bank.
It is time to break the major taboo about money as it will help you get on top of your finances and avoid being ripped off.
Low interest rates are hurting retirees trying to make their nest egg go the distance, and it raises the question, “What happens when the money runs out?”
Slack financial advice results in $30 million compensation paid to poorly-advised clients.
Why is there a huge difference between what women and men pay for their income protection insurance?