Money

Wed 17 Oct 2018

Most obscene Aussie CEO salaries revealed amid protest plans

Most obscene Aussie CEO salaries revealed amid protest plans

TOP TEN: OUR highest-paid CEO earns 435 times the average wage while everyday workers struggle to cope. Now a protest has been organised.

Tue 16 Oct 2018

Secret of world’s youngest billionaire

Secret of world’s youngest billionaire

HE’S 25, a model, and heir to a Norwegian fishing empire. Meet Gustav Magnar Witzoe, the world’s youngest male billionaire.

Bitcoin the ‘mother of all scams’

Bitcoin the ‘mother of all scams’

A LEADING economist has slammed bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying “the mother and father of all bubbles has now gone bust”.

How thrifty couple slashed grocery bill to $50

How thrifty couple slashed grocery bill to $50

Ashton and Andrew Shonhan have ten tips for you to do the same.

Mon 15 Oct 2018

Partner’s ex ‘stole’ my inheritance via this legal loophole

Partner’s ex ‘stole’ my inheritance via this legal loophole

A WOMAN has been forced to pay more than half a million dollars to her partner’s ex-wife after being trapped by a bizarre law.

Sat 13 Oct 2018

We spend just $50 a week on food

We spend just $50 a week on food

SAM and Eric have a tight grip on their monthly spend. Bringing in $62,000 between them, this is how they spend — and save.

Soaring power bills hurting energy giants too

premium_icon Soaring power bills hurting energy giants too

THERE’S a flipside to the bill shock affecting Queenslanders as electricity prices continue to eat into household budgets.

Fri 12 Oct 2018

Netflix’s ‘crazy’ salary rule

Netflix’s ‘crazy’ salary rule

NETFLIX pays its staff such whopping salaries some describe it as “play money” — but there’s just one catch.

Facebook, eBay, Gumtree: How to make money selling online

Facebook, eBay, Gumtree: How to make money selling online

KYLIE Travers needed some extra cash. So she checked out a few key websites and then discovered an inventive way to make money.

Poor decisions costing Aussies thousands

Poor decisions costing Aussies thousands

LACK of action over important financial products is costing many Australians dearly. The trouble is, they know it.

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