Fertility issues affect one in six Australian couples. With a single IVF cycle costing up to $10,000, more are turning to personal loans or credit cards to cover the cost.
Susan has been a finance journalist for more than 30 years, beginning at the Australian Financial Review before moving to the Sydney Morning Herald. She edited a superannuation magazine, Superfunds, for the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia, and writes regularly on superannuation and managed funds. She’s also author of the best-selling book Women and Money.
A Victorian household with a 4kW solar power system that isn’t working properly could be losing up to $1100 a year. Here are five tips to keep your solar panels shining.
Wild giant land tortoises forage or laze in the muddy ponds at Rancho Primicias or Manzanillo on Santa Cruz in the Galapagos Islands.
Westpac will pay its interim dividend nine days earlier on June 24 in a strategy that appears to be designed to get around Labor’s promised changes to the franking tax policy.
The view that HECS debt doesn’t really matter because it isn’t expensive like credit cards or car loans is dying out as the banks tighten lending to first-home buyers.
William says his lifestyle isn’t lavish but he and his partner, Angelo, are feeling cost-of-living pressures and he isn’t saving as much as he would like.
How do you choose between ETFs and managed funds? One important difference is how often you want to add in more money.
If you find yourself frequently thinking about money, you are not alone – 42% of women worry about money either every day or at least weekly which is a lot more than men.
With Aussie couples aged around 65 needing more than $60,000 a year to live comfortably, we reveal what is driving the rising cost of living for retirees.
Single baby boomers are turning their backs on traditional senior housing in favour of selling up, pooling resources and setting up share-houses.