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The three LinkedIn courses everyone is learning right now

The three LinkedIn courses everyone is learning right now

The global pandemic has seen a surge in online learning as people search for ways to up-skill and stay competitive in the job market once the crisis passes – and it looks like Aussies are wanting to know what the secrets to success are. New data from LinkedIn Learning reveals that the most-viewed course during…
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Reversionary beneficiary nominations

Reversionary beneficiary nominations

Ensuring your affairs are in order before your passing is an integral part of estate planning. Given this, it’s vital to understand that your super death benefit isn’t necessarily distributed via your will. For example, your super death benefit may be paid to your legal personal representative (the executor or administrator of your estate) when: 1. You elect your…
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Why Gold Is Insurance During Times Of Crisis

Why Gold Is Insurance During Times Of Crisis

Gold has been a part of human history since the beginning of time. For centuries, from Pharaohs to Kings gold has been associated with prestige, power, wealth, and freedom. If you don’t know much about this yellow precious metal, reading this information will be a great place for you to start. So, why do I…
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COVID19 economic response Businesses

COVID-19 economic response: Businesses

As it stands, in terms of COVID-19*, globally, there has been a reported 1,273,990 cases, 69,444 deaths, and 260,247 recoveries. And, domestically, there has been a reported 5,687 cases, 35 deaths, and 757 recoveries.   While COVID-19 is first and foremost a public health issue, clear economic and financial issues have emerged. In response to this,…
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The Importance of Investing As Early As You Can

The Importance of Investing As Early As You Can

While it is commonly understood that the habit of saving money regularly is a fundamental step in building your wealth, this step alone is insufficient. This is because the purchasing power of your savings is eroding every year without fail due to the inflation rate. Furthermore, savers are losers in modern economies, especially when the…
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What to do with frequent flyer points during the Covid19 pandemic

What to do with frequent flyer points during the Covid-19 pandemic

With the coronavirus crisis grounding most international and domestic flights, frequent flyers may find themselves at a loss with their carefully-accumulated points. Though Qantas and Virgin have reintroduced certain domestic routes to allow stranded Australians to return home and for coronavirus frontline personnel to travel, non-essential travel is still largely banned. But that doesn’t mean…
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Appropriate measures adverse events and positive outcomes

Appropriate measures, adverse events and positive outcomes

The establishment of an appropriate measure to mitigate a negative outcome that arises from an adverse event, whether expected or not, is an important consideration. However, the importance and benefit of doing so is often not truly realised until an adverse event occurs. When an adverse event occurs, the outcome for those with an appropriately established measure…
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Household income is actually rising amid coronavirus Here’s how 1

Household income is actually rising amid coronavirus: Here’s how

The government’s stimulus payments have outweighed the fall in wages and salaries that have occurred over the coronavirus crisis, new data from the Commonwealth Bank has revealed. In a report, CBA head of economics Gareth Aird acknowledged that economic activity had ground to a halt as a result of the pandemic, but said analysis of…
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COVID19 economic response Individuals and households

COVID-19 economic response: Individuals and households

As it stands, in terms of COVID-19*, globally, there has been a reported 1,273,990 cases, 69,444 deaths, and 260,247 recoveries. And, domestically, there has been a reported 5,687 cases, 35 deaths, and 757 recoveries.   While COVID-19 is first and foremost a public health issue, clear economic and financial issues have emerged. In response to this, the Government…
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