For women, spending time out of the workforce can erode their superannuation. Some countries have already found a way to change that and now, there is a push for carer credits to be introduced in Australia.
Jim Pembroke stands to lose thousands if Labor wins office and goes ahead with its plan to scrap franking credit cash refunds for self-funded retirees. And he doesn't mind one bit.
A prominent economist calls for an overhaul of the superannuation system to eliminate the "rorting" of cash refunds for franking credits, saying some self-funded retirees will be treated unfairly under Labor's proposed changes.
The accounting sector's professional standards body is meeting today, but only 15 minutes is dedicated to discussing the conflicts of interest that risk customers coming second to profits for many accountant financial planners.
Wealth management giant AMP's full-year profit crumbles by 97 per cent, as it faces the fallout from a range of scandals exposed by the royal commission and shrinks due to the sale of its life insurance business.
Chances are all your photos and videos are being stored on cloud servers that burn a lot of power. Now, data centres are joining the wave of Australian companies going carbon neutral.
Future Fund chairman, and former treasurer, Peter Costello says NAB's chairman Ken Henry should have left the bank before its chief executive and should have no role in picking its new leader.
KPMG's proposals aim to help 1.3 million low-income Australians, 59 per cent of them female. Among its suggestions are a call to boost rent assistance and giving renters a pathway towards owning their own home.
The Opposition says the Liberal MP, who heads up a parliamentary committee examining a contentious Labor policy, has a "massive conflict of interest", but Mr Wilson says all rules have been adhered to.
The company recently appointed by the Labor Government to manage more than half a billion dollars worth of public service superannuation has ties to an NT union, an ABC investigation reveals.