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Yes Its True! Men Forget More Than Women
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Yes Its True! Men Forget More Than Women

O.K., my wife Pam was right again – a recent study confirmed that, on average, men think they are more forgetful than women.  In the study, people were asked nine questions about how good they think their memory is. The questions asked included: Whether they had problems remembering names and dates. How good they were at…

The week that was in property
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The week that was in property

Earlier this week the Australian Bureau of Statistics released the quarterly national accounts data which provided an update on Australia’s economic growth for the September quarter of 2016. The headline figures showed that the Australian economy contracted by half a percent over the quarter compared with a 0.6% rise in gross domestic product over the…

Business Briefing: what super is doing to banking and finance
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Business Briefing: what super is doing to banking and finance

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New research modelled how an increase in the superannuation guarantee would affect the finance sector and the results show it all balances out, writes… Jenni Henderson, The Conversation The total of superannuation assets in Australia is a staggering A$2 trillion and contributions to this are rising. But despite this significant influence, a new study shows…

How to move on from a setback
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How to move on from a setback

Things don’t always go to plan. There are times when, despite our best efforts, we fail to reach a goal or succeed in the way we’d hoped. Businesses collapse, people get into debt, and investments fail to take off. I have written in the past about the importance of failure in moving forward.  Failure is…

Sydney and Melbourne driving the national economy
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Sydney and Melbourne driving the national economy

Engines of prosperity When looking through the figures for the 2014 financial year, I wrote here on Business Insider of my concerns for many parts of regional Australia, with slowing population growth, employment growth, and weak investment all becoming a major worry. While it’s become popular to deride Sydney and Melbourne as parasite economies (obviously…

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