Research by Finder shows 40% of 20-24 year olds still live at home, and even one in ten 30-somethings, and about 5% of people aged 40-plus still share a roof with mum and dad.
The end of the financial year will likely bring the usual wave of scams. Here’s what to watch for.
A new financial year is always a good time to review your finances and make sure they are in good shape.
You’ll be starting this coming financial year wearing a confident grin with this list of eight things to do now to get new financial year ready.
This financial year is the first time that employees can claim a tax deduction for their personal super contributions.
Close to one in three Aussies is feeling the pinch financially, with money worries reportedly leading to sleep loss, conflicts in relationships, isolation, as well as a range of other things.
With not much time remaining to the end of the financial year, now is the time to start some serious tax planning.
If your other half is a stay-at-home parent, working part-time or out of work, adding to their super could benefit you both financially.
Investing in your super now may help you live the life you desire in retirement.
If you’re wondering what you might do with your super money when you do access it, remember there will be a number of things to weigh up and look into.
Whether it’s not-quite-right gifts you have received or the results of an annual clean out, your trash might be someone else’s treasure.