Cybercrime

Cybercrime response may slow internet

The growing world of cybercrime and its increasing sophistication is putting the worth of the internet at stake, requiring governments world-wide to give greater priority to cybersecurity.

Third Link Growth Fund

Third Link Growth Fund announces soft close

After almost a decade and strong outperformance, Chris Cuffe announces that his Australian equities fund will close to new investors at the end of August 2017. Management fees are donated to charities.

spaceship

Spaceship stalls on the launch pad

The marketing of Spaceship super has been better at engaging young people than any superannuation fund before it, but does it have the right product for a long-term flight?

estate plans

The impact of super changes on estate plans

The July 1 super changes will encourage many people to reconsider their estate planning, and the role of testamentary trusts should be part of the process. The range of choices has moved far beyond a will.

share investors

Share investors should protect the downside

Glenn Rushton is the trainer of Australia’s newest world champion, boxer Jeff Horn. He’s also a fund manager and he warns retirees not to forget the lessons of the GFC where even diversified holdings of blue chips suffered.

super reforms, change

How you invested due to super changes

It’s revealing to read what investors actually did with their superannuation in response to the 1 July rules changes, and the comments show many people are tired of the constant tinkering with the super rules.

building

Who pays if your apartment building catches fire?

The Grenfell Tower disaster highlighted dangers posed by faulty building materials. It’s usually property owners that bear the majority of the costs for correcting ill-considered policy or builders’ mistakes.

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