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Who gets the house when you die?
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Who gets the house when you die?

Today it’s common for couples to purchase a property before they’ve walked down the aisle or even lived together. Naturally they assume they’ll be together forever, and don’t put a lot of research into the long term consequences of how their ownership should be structured.  So to help better understand this, let’s take a look…

Chinese visitors more than double in 4 years
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Chinese visitors more than double in 4 years

Long term migration steadies Net permanent and long term migration into Australia seems to be steadying, summimg +266,400 in the year to August, according to the latest ABS Overseas Arrivals and Departures figures. The number of permanent settlers per annum appears to be very gradually rising again, with 57.1 per cent of settlers hailing from…

Can Australia stop interest rates from approaching zero? Only with a big shift in policy
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Can Australia stop interest rates from approaching zero? Only with a big shift in policy

While Australia faces its greatest economic challenges in a generation, we are still waiting for the greatest economic reformers in a generation to arrive, writes… Reuben Finighan, University of Melbourne Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison recently suggested the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) avoid cutting interest rates below the current 1.5%.  The Turnbull government’s “fiscal consolidation”,…

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