Kids should be included in conversations about money as a part of everyday life, and sometimes that means hearing “we can’t afford it”.
Jason has bought shares for his two daughters, but what are the tax implications? Paul Clitheroe explains what he needs to know when it comes to franking credits and dividends.
When does a parent’s generosity stop? When does that generosity become detrimental to our own finances? It’s very hard to draw a line in the sand. It is also a question I get from a lot of my retired clients.
It would take 15-year-old Fletcher Taylor hours of work on the family farm or at the local butcher to earn $1000 for his super fund. But Fletcher’s work ethic and love of saving money have won him a $1000 super contribution, courtesy of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) Youth Week competition.
Fifteen-year-old girls might not be known for being money savvy but Australia’s female students have outperformed their male counterparts in an international financial literacy test.
This letter is “just in case” I don’t live long enough to see you come of age and it’s about investing.
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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.