A looming flood of company results should give a clearer picture whether recent market fears are justified.
John Collett Australian shares have outperformed the global market over the past century, but local investors still need more exposure to international shares.
Caitlin Fitzsimmons It's been almost 20 years since I last owned a cheque book in Australia, and I never felt that anything was lacking until I tried to buy a house two years ago.
Catherine Robson Talking to yourself in the third person can help you make better financial decisions.
Sally Patten A survey of financial attitudes uncovered some concerns about the way people think about money.
Richard Hughes As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether.
John Collett The Australian sharemarket is showing more red ink over the week and our tipsters have had a tougher time of it in week two of our five-week share race.
John Collett Leasing a car through work is still worthwhile. The tax advantage is not as great as it used to be, but there are still savings for most people.
Peter Martin We need a clear goal if the attempt to change the tax system is to succeed.
David Potts Move over baby boomers, young women are the ones into selfie super funds.
Weekend diners at some of Launceston's most popular eateries.
Looking back on the recent-ish history of Festivale for a special Throwback Thursday edition.
The John Calvin School celebrated the start of a new school year with a barbecue on Friday night. ...
The Over-30s Club met at Sails by the River on Friday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN