‘Secret son’ scores $92m estate

ONE TIME WEB USE ONLY - FEE APPLIES FOR REUSE _ Photo from 2014 of Jordan Adlard Rogers, then aged 26, when he jumped off a fence onto a trampoline, missed and injured his back. Jordan has now inherited a stately home. See SWNS story SWPLestate. A man who inherited one of west Cornwall �s grandest estate homes has described the bizarre tale of how ended up moving in but said he�d have traded it all for the chance to steer his father away from the drug abuse that claimed his life. Cornwall Live last week reported the inquest of Charles Rogers, who was found dead in his car in August last year aged 62. Charles was part of the Rogers family who have lived in the 1536-acre National Trust Penrose Estate between Helston and Porthleven for generations, gifting it to the National Trust in 1974 in exchange for a 1,000-year lease to continue living there. Charles had struggled with drug abuse for many years and his inquest Picture: SWNS/Mega

广东时时彩11选五 www.yya1n.com.cn A down-and-out labourer has ditched his council home for a sprawling estate after a DNA test revealed he was the son of an aristocrat.

Money lessons from TV dramas

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Entertainment juggernaut Game of Thrones will soon be over, but lessons learned from it and other popular shows can help you better manage your money and avoid a financial winter.

Man ‘gutted’ by $93,000 lotto mistake

Dean Smeth

Supermarket worker Dean Smethurst thought he had scored a life-changing stack of cash — until he discovered the brutal truth.

Aussie man’s crazy $35,000 find

The nugget was found on the outskirts of Bendigo in Victoria. Picture: Google Maps

A Bendigo family were walking their dog Lucky this weekend when they quite literally stumbled on a small fortune lying in the dirt.

How the election will affect your hip pocket

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Personal finance and tax are Australia’s biggest federal election flashpoints for the first time in many years. SEE HOW IT AFFECTS YOU

Man inherits secret grandpa’s lotto win

Nick

McDonald’s worker Nick Christou never met his grandfather — but after the 80-year-old’s death, he got a letter that changed his life.

You’ll never have to wait for payday again

young male counting his savings

Ever found yourself days out from payday with around $1.63 in the bank? That common problem could soon be a thing of the past.

Kochie: Winning big is a possibility

Channel 7 program launch (multiple yarns).

Take control of your earning power and create your own Lotto windfall by following these nine important career steps.

$210m conman’s insane spending spree

Pic shows Feezan Hameed Choudhary. Rolex and Lamborghini. Pic shows Feezan Hameed Choudhary A fraudster who made so much money from a £113m banking scam he could afford to fly a team of valets 8,000 miles to polish his fleet of custom Porsches has been jailed for 11 years. Feezan Hameed Choudhary, 25, partied with popstars while splashing out on Rolex watches, jewellery, trips to Dubai and shopping sprees in Harrods. Nicknamed 'Fizzy', the Glasgow-based criminal owned several luxury motors including a Bentley and a Lamborghini after the scam made more than £3million a month SEE STORY CENTRAL NEWS

Feezan Hameed Choudhary blew millions on flash getaways, fast cars and luxurious properties — until his scam came crashing down.

‘Insane hypocrisy’ of $18.4 billion man

The Davos World Economic Forum 2014

Ray Dalio — a man who made a staggering $5.5 million every day in 2018 — says “capitalism isn’t working well for most Americans”.

The worst excuses for not saving

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Think you’ve got a good excuse for not saving money? Financial expert David Koch has heard them all, and he doesn’t buy any of them. Here’s why.

Lotto winner sick of ‘doing nothing’

EuroMillions winner Jane Park. Picture: @janeparkx/TwitterSource:Twitter

Jane Park hit the jackpot when she was just 17. But six years later, she’s now so fed up she wants to get a job like the rest of us.

Lawyer on $180k needs a second job

Mr Li funneled his resources into creating a platform where Asian immigrants "can get information about how Australia is without having to actively ask,” he explained, something many would not do for cultural reasons. Picture: Supplied

A successful lawyer earning $180k says it is not enough to survive in Sydney. Which is why he had to find a way to double his income.

Millionaire’s kids to inherit nothing

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He built a property empire worth a staggering $564 million — but when Wing-Ching Shih dies, his three children won’t get a cent.

CEO’s ‘insane, corrosive’ $92m payday

Walt Disney Chairman And CEO Bob Iger Rings Opening Bell At NY Stock Exchange

Bob Iger could have given every Disneyland worker a 15 per cent pay rise and still had millions to spare. Instead, he pocketed a crazy bonus.

KFC heiress’s ‘abusive’ teen years

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Kaila Methven is worth millions today. But as a teen, a family tragedy saw her go from a mansion to sleeping “on the kitchen floor”.

$14m not enough for ‘lavish lifestyle’

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You would think having millions of dollars in the bank would be the key to a life of luxury. But apparently, it’s “certainly not” adequate.

Brace for a bruising tax battle

Chris Bowen

Tax is going to be one of the most widely-spoken words in Australia in the month ahead, and it’s not even the end of the financial year. Here’s why.

Put your super on the right path

Savings Nest Egg

Super funds have been volatile in the past six months but long-term investors look beyond that to build serious wealth. David & Libby Koch explain how to get your superannuation on track.

Budget 2019: How it will affect you

His family comes first

It’s been billed as a ‘no one loses’ budget. From singles to families and retirees, this is how the 2019 Federal Budget will affect you.

‘$40m farce’: Australia’s costliest divorce

Divorce

Australia’s longest and messiest divorce has finally ended after 14 years, more than 700 documents and $40 million in legal fees.

$500/wk sugar baby’s surprise claim

Diego

A Sydney student whose “sugar daddy” showers him with cash and gifts has made a surprising claim about the taboo relationship.

How to enter today’s $1 billion lotto

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The fourth-largest lotto jackpot in US history is up for grabs later today, and Aussies can still buy tickets.

How man won lotto jackpot twice

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One lucky man has won tens of millions of dollars after a “remarkable” blunder left him with two tickets with the same numbers.

What we can learn from overseas homebuyers

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Buying a home has similar issues no matter what country you are in, and popular TV shows can teach Australians some interesting real estate lessons.

Billion-dollar couple’s rocky marriage

Former English international footballer David Beckham (L) and his wife fashion designer Victoria Beckham pose on the red carpet upon arrival to attend the British Fashion Awards 2018 in London on December 10, 2018. - The Fashion Awards are an annual celebration of creativity and innovation will shine a spotlight on exceptional individuals and influential businesses that have made significant contributions to the global fashion industry over the past twelve months. (Photo by Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)

“Brand Beckham” has reached a seriously impressive milestone — but things haven’t always been smooth sailing for Posh and Becks.

Billionaire’s daughter cut from will twice

Lisa Bonder and her daughter Kira Kerkorian Bing. Picture: Facebook

Kira Kerkorian Bing’s two “fathers” have staggering fortunes — but in the end, the 20-year-old was disinherited by both of them.

Billionaire’s sons cut from fortune

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The kids of a billionaire real estate tycoon are suing their dad, claiming he’s refusing to hand over their rightful cut of the family fortune.

Ageing crook last link to $700m art heist

This undated photograph released by the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum shows the painting "Chez Tortoni" by Manet, which was one of more than a dozen works of art burglars stole during a 1990 heist in Boston. It remains the most tantalizing art heist mystery in the world. In the early hours of March 18, 1990, two thieves walked into Boston's elegant Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum disguised as police officers and bound and gagged two guards using handcuffs and duct tape. For the next 81 minutes, they sauntered around the ornate galleries, removing masterworks including those by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Degas and Manet, cutting some of the largest pieces from their frames. Now, 20 years later, investigators are making a renewed push to recover the paintings. (AP Photo/Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum) NO SALES

An 82-year-old gangster’s imminent release from prison is reigniting interest in the world’s biggest unsolved art heist.

Share dividends shine, but beware

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Shareholders were rewarded with higher dividends and a few bonus special dividends in the recent reporting season, but that doesn’t mean the strong income flow will continue.

Aussie bitcoin hustler’s shock arrest

Sam Karagiozis. Picture: Facebook

Crypto king Sam Karagiozis has been accused of trafficking around 30 kilograms of drugs and directing an organised crime syndicate.

Why seniors miss out on savings

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There’s a mountain of savings and pensioner discounts available for older Australians, but finding them can be tricky. Here are the entitlements you should be claiming.

The next financial danger zone

Home loan

Sinking house prices are putting hundreds of thousand of households into a financial danger zone, but patience should pay off, experts say.

World’s richest woman’s sad family feud

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L’Oréal heiress Francoise Bettencourt Meyers has a $49.3 billion fortune today — but for years she fought tooth and nail to save it.

Disney heiress slams crazy CEO pay

Abigail Disney says CEOs are paid too much. Picture: Instagram @abigaildisney

She’s worth half a billion dollars as the heir to one of the world’s most famous fortunes — but Abigail Disney says fat cats are overpaid.

Man’s ‘petty’ revenge after $2b divorce

Harry Macklowe and Patricia Landeau's midtown NYC mural. Picture: Tamara Beckwith/NY Post

Property mogul Harry Macklowe recently wed his long-term mistress — and didn’t miss the chance to rub it in his ex-wife’s face.

Liz Hurley’s son to inherit nothing

Supplied Editorial Liz Hurley's provocative selfie with son Damian

His businessman father is worth an estimated $853 million — but Damian Hurley’s grandfather is trying to stop him from getting a cent.

How your age affects your online banking

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If you’re aged under 45, there’s a good chance that you bank online much differently than over-45s. Here’s why.

Dimwitted burglars’ $240m mistake

A painting, believed to be the second version of "Judith Beheading Holofernes" now named the "Lost Caravaggio", by Italian artist Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, is pictured during a photocall in London on February 28, 2019, following its restoration. - The 400-year-old canvas -- depicting the beheading of an Assyrian general, Holofernes, by Judith from the biblical Book of Judith -- was found in 2014 when the owners of a house near the southwestern city of Toulouse in France, were investigating a leak in the ceiling. It is a burst of violence painted in haunting tones by a Renaissance master worth at least $100 million -- or yet another fake distressing the art world. (Photo by Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)

When thieves broke into a farmhouse a few years ago, they stole a few bottles of perfume — but left behind something far more valuable.

Shock downfall of sixth-richest man

Anil Ambani

Anil Ambani once had a staggering $42 billion fortune behind him. Now he’s lost it all — and he’s facing a prison sentence to boot.

No spin: the truth about Labor’s tax plans

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Australians should make up their own minds about Labor’s tax plans for the upcoming federal election, say David and Libby Koch.

Make money while you sleep

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Embracing new financial technologies is a great way to get richer without having to watch money markets or your spending habits every day.

Meghan’s big baby shower headache

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, arrives for her baby shower at the Mark Hotel on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Kevin Hagen).

It was a lavish, star-studded affair held in a “castle in the sky” — but the Duchess of Sussex’s baby shower could come back to haunt her.

Rival wives threaten $8.4b fortune

HONG KONG OUT- Hong Kong tycoon Stanley Ho (C) poses for a photo at Government House in Hong Kong after recieving the Grand Bauhinia Medal on November 20, 2010. The Grand Bauhinia Medal is the highest award under the Hong Kong honours and awards system, and recognises life-long and highly significant contributions to the well-being of Hong Kong. HONG KONG OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo by AFP / AFP)

Stanley Ho has fathered 17 children with four different “wives”. Now, that complex family tree could cause his empire to crumble.

Powerball jackpots to $40 million

Powerball

No winner has been drawn for the fifth week in a row, swelling next week’s Powerball lotto jackpot to $40 million.

World’s most feared drug lord

Mexcian Drug Cartel leader Ruben Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes aka El Mencho from the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG

The notorious “El Chapo” might finally be behind bars for life — but a ruthless new gangster is already muscling in on his territory.

Aussie loses $100m in a day

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Daniel Tartak and his family’s skip bin empire have become the latest — and unexpected — victims of Australia’s housing downturn.

‘$100k lotto boyfriend’ job still open

Jane Park

EuroMillions winner Jane Park says 100,000 eager chaps have applied to be her “$100,000 boyfriend” but she’s still single.

$1.6m lotto winner’s bizarre act

The winner, identified only as A Campbell, told the Jamaica Star that he was initially overwhelmed. Picture: Twitter @SVLGrp

When A Campbell hit the jackpot, he should have felt elated. Instead, he was “sick for days” before going to extreme lengths to stay safe.

Rise of the robot financial advisers

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Banks and advisers lost customers’ trust during the banking royal commission, and a new breed of advice is stepping up to help investors and savers. Meet the new money robots.

Sugar baby’s $50k ‘fetish’ lifestyle

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A 26-year-old Melbourne student has revealed how she earned $50,000 from a series of rich “sugar daddies” with a specific fetish.

Ridiculous word billionaire wants banned

Howard Schultz

Former Starbucks boss Howard Schultz — who has a $4.7 billion fortune — has been slammed after calling for a common word to be scrapped.

Make more money by asking these questions

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If you want to make sure 2019 is top financial year, there are a few simple questions you can ask yourself to help boost your income and improve your job satisfaction.

Teen scores $15.9m after bank blunder

Ipswich, Suffolk, England - April 14, 2012: The Nationwide Building Society in Tavern Street, central Ipswich, Suffolk, with pedestrians. The Nationwide started life as the Provident Building Society in Wiltshire in 1846; over a hundred mergers with other building societies have taken place since then, making the Nationwide the UK's third largest mortgage lender and second largest savings provider by 2011. The Nationwide has resisted the trend for de-mutualisation and is now the largest building society in the world.

When Dane Gillespie woke up to discover he had become a multi-millionaire overnight, he soon came up with grand plans for the cash.

Billionaires cop epic smackdown

Rutger Bregman

A Dutch historian has become a social media star after an epic rant against the super-rich in front of the super-rich at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

How Aussies made $250k in two weeks

Spacer CEO Mike Rosenbaum said the spike in monthly earnings for hosts during the first two weeks of January is over $250,000 versus the same time last year. Picture: Supplied

Australians made a whopping quarter of a million dollars in just one fortnight thanks to a hit Netflix show — and you can get in on the action.

Last place you’d expect to see heiress

Nicky Hilton stays warm while riding the NYC subway in New York City.

She comes from a long line of insanely wealthy multi-millionaires. But this celebrity has just been spotted somewhere very unlikely.

How to lose a billion-dollar empire

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Nathan Tinkler was Australia’s youngest billionaire, but then he lost it all. Now he’s opened up about how he survives from day to day.

‘Being rich or poor is actually a choice’

Australian one hundred dollar bills.

The only person to blame for your wealth — or lack of it — is yourself.

Bitcoin investor’s $3 million mistake

New restaurant

Sam Karagiozis was one of Australia’s most enthusiastic crypto supporters. Now, the outspoken entrepreneur has revealed he’s lost a fortune.

Sinister truth behind Fortnite craze

Daily Telegraph

Fortnite has taken the world by storm. But it turns out the insanely popular game is hiding a disturbing — and illegal — secret.

$107m Powerball winner won’t quit job

$100 million Powerball. Picture: The Lott

A Sydney mother in her 40s says she won’t be quitting her job after scooping $107 million in Australia’s largest ever individual lottery prize.

How to win the $100m Powerball

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Tonight’s massive $100m Powerball jackpot will see many Aussies buying a ticket. But there could be one way to improve your chances.

Tiny typo costs woman thousands

Cynthia Obie has been denied her winnings. Picture: Fox5dc.com

Cynthia Obie won big during a night out on the pokies. But one small mistake means someone else has pocketed her entire winnings.

Glitches hit $80m Powerball draw

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The Powerball dream is not over yet for punters, with the prize jackpotting to a record $100 million next week.

Dad frames daughter over wife’s murder

Law enforcement source: cops to bust 'strangler' in wife slay

Failed stockbroker Rod Covlin stands accused of the unthinkable — killing his wife, then trying to pin the crime on his own young daughter.

Massive $80m lotto win up for grabs

Kingman, USA - January 20, 2016: A photo of a man holding a Powerball lottery ticket in Kingman, Arizona.

The second biggest Powerball jackpot could be yours on Thursday — but from today, a new law change means it’ll be harder to win big.

Accused jewel thief’s life of luxury

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An accused jewellery heist mastermind lived a life of luxury in a $14 million New York mansion before the FBI arrested him.

How setting goals will make you richer in 2019

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The new year is a great time to set fresh financial goals, but you also need a plan to reach them and some flexibility to cope with changing circumstances, tax rules and investment markets.

Money trends to keep an eye on

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From credit cards and interest rates to digital banking and royal commission reports, change is afoot in the world of finance. Here’s why you need to keep on your toes.

Loophole let dodgy sheriff pocket $2.1m

US sherriff Todd Entrekin pocketed $2.1 million by taking advantage of a legal loophole. Picture: AP

Todd Entrekin made millions literally taking food from inmates’ mouths. But a bizarre legal loophole means the sheriff is off the hook.

Man’s death reveals shock $15m fortune

Alan Naiman died earlier this year, leaving behind millions to charities. Picture: AP

Alan Naiman was so famously frugal he even duct-taped his worn-out shoes. So when he died this year, his friends were stunned to discover his wealth.

What happened to Avicii’s lost millions

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Fans were left in a state of shock after the DJ died in April, aged just 28. Now, new details of what happened to his vast fortune have emerged.

Duke slaughters family over inheritance

ONE TIME WEB USE ONLY - FEE APPLIES FOR REUSE - Pic shows: An Austrian duke has been arrested for gunning down three family members with a shotgun in their castle during an alleged row over inheritance. Duke Tono Goess, the owner of Bockfliess Castle in the Austrian state of Lower Austria, was arrested by police officers on suspicion of murdering his family members. According to local media, the 54-year-old Austrian duke confessed to cops that he killed his 92-year-old father Johannes Ulrich, his 87-year-old stepmother Margherita and his 52-year-old brother Ernst. The alleged murders happened around 2pm last Thursday in the castle�s office. According to the police, all victims were shot at close range. The police do not want to comment on Duke Tono�s motive, citing the importance of ongoing investigations. However, town residents claim that the nobleman killed his brother in a dispute over family inheritance. Neighbours said that the once-wealthy Goess family is in financial dire straits and has had to sell off property. Father Johannes Ulrich Goess reportedly burdened his sons with the financial problems, which resulted in repeated fights between Duke Tono and his brother Ernst. According to local media, Duke Tono also had a deep hatred for his father and stepmother since childhood. A neighbour said: "We can hardly believe it. Everyone thought that they had a lot of money and no problems, but it turned out that they have some financial issues." However, locals also said that Duke Tono was a friendly and helpful person who always behaved respectfully towards the townsfolk. Investigators are now trying to recreate what played out in Bockfliess Castle in the final hours before the murders. Duke Tono was found to be online at 2.44am, sharing a video on social media about a neurosurgeon dancing with his patients. The Austrian duke frequently used social media to discuss politics and had showed a recent interest in the yellow vests movement in France and vouched his support for Austrian Chancellor

Anton von Goëss shot his father, stepmother and brother in their castle. A row over money or a medical condition may be behind the tragedy.

Second blow for ‘Centrelink’ family

Inside the Narre Warren property owned by Ngouth Oth Mai.

A Sudanese family on Centrelink payments who made a “suspicious” purchase of a $1.5 million Melbourne mansion has lost again.

Get more from Christmas giving

Handfuls

GIVING a donation to charity rather than a traditional Christmas present is increasingly popular as consumers realise they already have everything they want.

Aussie kids left in the dark on financial literacy

Student and author Georgie Trotter with her book about money

At just 18-years-old, an Australian student is working to educate kids about the importance of money, warning parents they need to break the taboo of talking about finances.

$340 you’re sitting on without realising

Australian Money

There is $8 billion cash hidden throughout Australia — and you could be sitting on hundreds without knowing it. Here’s where to look.

$340 you’re sitting on without realising

Australian Money

There is $8 billion cash hidden throughout Australia — and you could be sitting on hundreds without knowing it. Here’s where to look.

‘Fraud machine’ behind $875k con

Tony Muldowney-Colston, 53, used to organise all-night raves back in the 1980s and was even dubbed the ‘King of Acid House’. But decades later, his life turned to cyber fraud, and thanks to this hi-tech machine he conned people out of an estimated £500,000. Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2018/12/13/con-artist-stole-500000-uk-bank-accounts-building-machine-8245405/?ito=cbshare Twitter: https://twitter.com/MetroUK | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MetroUK/

Tony Muldowney-Colston used this bizarre-looking, homemade machine to rob people of about $875,500. Here’s how he pulled it off.

Second lotto ‘winner’ cheated out of cash

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A lottery “winner” claims she missed out on a $350k scratchcard jackpot because of a “misprint” just days after lottery officials said another card was “doctored”.

Cops called over ‘fake’ $350k scratchie

ONE TIME WEB USE ONLY - FEE APPLIES FOR REUSE - The ticket with the alleged doctored E5 coordinate. A National Lottery player insists he has won £200,000 on a scratchcard - despite Camelot saying the ticket has been doctored. See SWNS story SWLEticket. Eric Walker, 56, was overjoyed when he scratched the ticket and discovered he had won the jackpot prize on the lotto's Pharaoh's Fortune game. But his delight turned to heartbreak when Camelot refused to pay out after seeing a picture of the card and claiming it's doctored. Outraged Eric, a father of four from Sheffield, South Yorks, denies tampering with the £3 ticket and says it's "obvious" he's won "fair and square". Camelot Group, which is carrying out an investigation, claim it appears a letter F on the card has been changed to an E to turn it into a winning ticket. Eric, who is unemployed and has four children aged between 14 months and nine-years-old, says the money would be "life changing". Eric's card shows that he uncovered three pharaoh symbols on squares D1, E5 and A5, however, the E5 code appears to have been doctored. The F5 square, which the code was originally believed to have been, is also scratched off. Picture: SWNS/Mega

Dad-of-four Eric Walker claims he won $350,000 on a $5 scratchie — but lottery officials say the card was ‘doctored’.

How mum saved $30k in one year

Aussie mum of two Olivia White has shared her money saving tips. Picture: Instagram @

Aussie mum-of-two Olivia White used some simple hacks to save tens of thousands of dollars in 12 months. Here’s how you can do it too.

Photos that brought down $77k conman

Adam Griffiths has been jailed for two and a half years. Picture: Instagram

Adam Griffiths racked up a huge bill jetsetting to exotic locations around the world. There was just one problem — it was all a fraud.

The secret to becoming a millionaire

Money in the pocket.

A self-made millionaire has spent the past year researching how people get rich. And he’s come across an astounding common trait.

Shelf stacker raking in $69k a day

A man who ditched his Tesco job to play computer games for a living has made an astonishing £14,500,000 in one year. Dan Middleton, 27, took his love of gaming online and now more than 20 million people regularly watch him play. Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2018/12/05/tesco-shelf-stacker-makes-14500000-one-year-quitting-job-8210102/?ito=cbshare Twitter: https://twitter.com/MetroUK | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MetroUK/

Dan Middleton was earning a pittance working at his local supermarket. But now he’s raking in millions from his favourite hobby.

Aussie’s genius $15k saving hack

Paige Stuart is saving thousands through the sharing economy. Picture: Supplied

Melbourne woman Paige Stuart is saving a fortune each month with “very little effort”. And now she’s on track to buy her first home.

Kids shafted by ‘predatory marriage’

ONE TIME WEB USE ONLY - FEE APPLIES FOR REUSE - Collect photo of Joan Blass. See SWNS story SWLEmarriage; A dementia-suffering grandmother secretly married a man 20 years her junior – who inherited her entire estate when she died five months later. The wedding was allowed to take place despite the fact Joan Blass, 90 at the time, had vascular dementia and �couldn�t remember her name�. Her husband Colman Folan, now 70, moved into Joan�s house a month after meeting her in 2011 and married her in November 2015. Joan�s distraught daughter Daphne Franks, 62, only found out about the secret wedding after her mother died of peritoneal cancer in November 2016. She was told by her mother�s GP, who had been contacted by Folan presenting a marriage certificate in an effort to gain control of Joan�s remains. Daphne, who had power of attorney over Joan, was shocked to discover that the marriage voided the will her mother had written in 2004 leaving everything to her children Picture: SWNS/Mega

Joan Blass was 90 and had severe dementia when a man posing as her carer married her in secret. Now, her kids are left with nothing.

Businessman’s epic $47k mistake

Author, event promoter, investor and restaurateur Larry Morrow says losing moey actually helped him. Picture: Instagram @larry_morrow

Entrepreneur Larry Morrow once lost tens of thousands of dollars in just one night. But amazingly, he’s convinced it was a good thing.

Magic number that will change your life

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We work hard all our lives and hope to retire with a nice nest-egg. But there’s a magic number which could change everything.

Property investor doors close amid loans crunch

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Falling property prices are just one of the negatives affecting real estate investors, who are also battling borrowing restrictions and tax changes. What’s next?

22yo ‘influencer’ making $34k a month

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This 22-year-old “Instagram influencer” who earns nearly $500,000 a year has gone viral for an insane money diary about her comically perfect millennial lifestyle.

$5 note trick to save $1900

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If you have a fiver in your wallet you might want to think about not spending it.

Top money lessons to teach your kids

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Parents need to take responsibility for teaching their kids good money habits that will help them for a lifetime, say David and Libby Koch. Here’s how to start.

How 28yo saved $138k in two years

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Money guru Sean Potter has revealed the simple hack that’s made him rich — and it can also make you a millionaire in just 30 years.

Risky investments sting retirees

Supplied Money Retiree Beth Buchanan, who invests in bonds and avoids shares

Beth Buchanan reckons Aussies like to gamble, and are continuing this higher-risk approach to money in retirement.

House clean leads to $2.4m lotto win

Harold and Tina Ehrenberg were cleaning their house when they found a winning lottery ticket worth $US1.8 million. Picture: Louisiana State Lottery

Harold and Tina Ehrenberg were cleaning up their home when they found a forgotten lottery ticket that was days away from expiring.

Journo’s brazen $4.8m crypto con

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Former reporter and alleged scammer Jerry Ji Guo could face 20 years in prison if he is convicted over a multimillion-dollar bitcoin theft.

How photo foiled $176k robbery

Daniel Inamder and Isaac Duncan pictured in their BMW by the unsuspecting couple as they took a family picture from the restaurantSee SWNS story SWLErobbers; A gang robbed a wealthy couple of more than £100,000 of jewellery at gunpoint after surveilling them at a restaurant and following them as they drove their Ferrari home. Daniel Inamder, 35, and Isaac Duncan, 20, were photographed in their BMW by the unsuspecting couple as they took a family picture from the restaurant, a court heard.The following night the pair - along with another man who was never traced - broke into the couple's home through a patio door as they both lay in bed on July 31. They shouted "police, police" as the pair awoke, pistol-whipping the male victim in the face and causing a cut that needed 35 stitches while demanding access to their safe. Another raider ripped a gold necklace from around the woman’s neck and took her diamond engagement ring valued at £92,000.

A gang violently attacked a rich couple before making off with a fortune in luxury jewellery. But this picture caused their downfall.

Insta post costs woman $175k

ade Holland Cooper, 31, who owns the Holland Cooper luxury tweed brand, has been caught up in a bitter family feaud. Picture: Instagram @

Two short, nasty sentences posted on social media in a moment of fury could end up costing one woman her entire family inheritance.

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