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Yes, Morrison’s talking sense on affordable housing

Yes, Morrison’s talking sense on affordable housing

Scott Morrison has been working on the challenge of affordable and social housing amid a property boom, and the results aren't too shabby.

Risk assessment: Why your age dictates your super fund

Risk assessment: Why your age dictates your super fund

It's easy to think of 'high risk' as a negative thing, especially when it comes to your super. But research has revealed that we could be reaping the rewards of risk come retirement.

Crikey Clarifier: we explain the baffling world of super

Crikey Clarifier: we explain the baffling world of super

There's an almighty row brewing over how superannuation is taxed. What on earth are they talking about? Crikey intern Ben Westcott walks us through how super taxes work and what could change.

The super swindle and a rort of rots

The super swindle and a rort of rots

Crikey readers have their say on superannuation and the defence of the Seven Kingdoms.

Unfair, inefficient, expensive: Australia’s superannuation fallout

Unfair, inefficient, expensive: Australia’s superannuation fallout

As we live to older ages Australia's burgeoning superannuation system is struggling to cope. Generous tax concessions have dubious benefits, Mike Steketee writes at Inside Story.

Crikey Clarifier: what’s coming in superannuation reform

Crikey Clarifier: what’s coming in superannuation reform

Superannuation is set to be an election battleground with claims and counter-claims of what the government and the Coalition might do. Crikey intern Callum Denness sorts fact from fiction.

Time to control the trading machines

Time to control the trading machines

Last week a computer glitch at a high-frequency trader in New York caused wild swings at the NYSE. It's a warning to our regulators to clamp down on automated trading, writes Robert Gottliebsen of Business Spectator.

Bartholomeusz: Australia’s mass equities exodus

Bartholomeusz: Australia’s mass equities exodus

The latest Reserve Bank bulletin helps provide a better understanding of the extent of the financial crisis-inspired changes to the risk-appetites of households.

Unions: put your money where your mouths are on cars

Unions: put your money where your mouths are on cars

There's a great way for unions to directly support the automotive sector themselves. Wonder why they're not using it, ask Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane?