AFR – Time Up For Great Australian Property Dream

Property – With rates rising and prices falling, what’s ahead for the housing market?

AFR – Federal budget 2016 high-income earners plan to sidestep super

Disenchanted high-income earners are considering spending more of their wealth and falling on the part-pension.

AFR – Take stock of your finances when you want to change jobs

When accountant Richard left his top-tier firm to start his own company, he’d already crunched the numbers.

AFR – Wealth sabotage how high earners lose control

There’s a big difference between earning a high income and being wealthy, say those who have watched top earners fritter away hundreds of thousands of dollars.

AFR – Is overspending getting the better of you

If you were gobsmacked when you read the MLC white paper this week that found a fifth of house holds on $200,000-plus felt they were living “pay cheque to pay cheque”, you were not alone.

AFR – What sharemarket investors should do with their dividend payments

Sharemarket investors are about to receive their half-yearly dividend pay checks and advisers are telling them to cash out of the uncertain market, rather than reinvest.

AFR – How to budget with kids

Ask almost any new parent what comes to mind when they think of their young kids, and they’ll light up and talk about the joy parenthood has brought to their life.

AFR – The age to let your family into your finances

Watching your parents age – or getting old yourself – is frightening on many fronts.

AFR – Lawyer trapped in spiral of hard work and high spending

Alan 44, is a partner in a law firm earning more than $750,000 a year. His wife, Sarah, is the chief carer of their three children, aged 10 to 15.

AFR – Financial services chief too much debt not enough assets

Peter is 55 and a financial services executive, earning $320,000 a year. Most of his assets lie in superannuation and the family home.