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Planning finances is women’s business

The sobering fact is that women are still not paid equally to their male counterparts, women’s super balances are falling way behind men’s and nine out of 10 Australian women don’t have enough super to fund their retirement. With 40 per cent less super than men, it’s no surprise that women are 2.5 times more…

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Olivia Maragna – CEO Magazine – Is investment property right for me?

Investing in property has been a popular way for Australians to build long-term wealth but like everything there is a time for growth, usually followed by a period of slowing down. So whilst it’s unlikely in the short term to see a repeat of the property boom we have experienced in the 2000’s, the question…

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Cash rate cut by 0.25% to 2.5 per cent

At its meeting today, the Board decided to lower the cash rate by 25 basis points to 2.5 per cent, effective 7 August 2013. best place to buy cigars online Recent information is consistent with global growth running a bit below average this year, with reasonable prospects of a pick-up next year. Commodity prices have…

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It's tax time! Olivia Talks to ABC radio.

It's tax time! write my essay It is that time of year when many people are scrambling around looking for receipts, digging out the old shoe box or going through the credit card statements. It is tax time and most people do not want to pay more than they have to. So what is the…

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Olivia features on front cover giving her top tax tips

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Is it the right time to fix a home loan?

The Reserve Bank has cut interest rates by a quarter percentage point to a historic low of 2.75% so it doesn’t surprise me when people start asking when the “right time” will be to fix? Australians now understand more than ever how the Reserve Bank of Australia uses interest rates to manage the economy. So…

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Negatively gearing on rental properties under attack

Negatively geared property investors lost an astonishing $13.2 billion in 2010-11. So will the government change the rules around this tax perk? RENTAL INCOME AND DEDUCTIONS There are now 1.76 million people in Australia who own an interest in a rental property. The figures identify negative gearing as one of the key drains on personal tax…

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