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Linda Rogers innocently recorded herself getting ready for a cheerleading competition. Horrifically, it was the last thing she ever did. WARNING: Distressing
Vet bills and pet food are not the only pet-related expenses causing a hole in our wallets as demand for doggy daycare continues to rise.
Anyone with money in the bank needs to be clever about reading the fine print and shopping around to make their cash grow.
Royal commissioner Kenneth Hayne last week unveiled 76 recommended changes to financial services. But with professional advice likely to become more expensive and scarce, you’ll have to do more yourself.
Millions of Aussies were hit by unexpected expenses during the festive season, but there is a way to get out of debt.
Emily McDonagh hates returning from a holiday with a drained savings account, so here’s what she does to stay motivated as a saver.
The notorious “El Chapo” might finally be behind bars for life — but a ruthless new gangster is already muscling in on his territory.
He’s got a personal fortune of more than $A37.9 billion, and is already a controversial figure. But his latest move has outraged thousands.
Tax laws are going to be targeted in the lead-up to this year’s election, so it’s better to know if you’ll benefit or suffer.
The man who would be treasurer in a Labor federal government says the party makes no apology for wanting to change taxes to make Australia fairer.