Australian shares are set to open flat to lower after markets in the US and Europe rose to new highs, while the Aussie dollar recovered losses in offshore trade.
U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday, with the Dow and the S&P 500 closing at new all-time highs as Federal Reserve officials' comments eased some concerns that the central bank could start reducing its stimulus program.
Australians will have to pay more tax or expect poorer government services, the head of the Treasury has warned.
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If big retailers are stalking customers' Google searches, social media profiles, phone calls and emails, why not small business too?
From July 1 next year, retirees will be able to sell their family home and downsize with up to $200,000 of the sale proceeds quarantined from the means test for the age pension.
Baby, forget the bonus. With tax concessions gone the federal government's budget could also affect your health.
In last week's budget, the government missed what will probably be its last opportunity to make the superannuation system fairer and more sustainable.
Analysing the data reveals the falling gold price still has some way to go.
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