Yes, your self-managed superannuation fund can (as long as you follow all the rules), writes John Wasiliev, who answers your questions on super.
Australian shares are set to open lower, though a late rally in New York helped check earlier futures losses.
The rule of law survived during the world wars and the Spanish flu. So there’s no reason to abandon democratic checks and balances on the Victorian government.
The ASX posted a strong session led by gains in the technology sector, with equity prices climbing as some earnings outlooks are cut with the new lockdowns.
It predicted a big decline in April, but SafetyCulture has had its most new sign-ups ever as companies around the world try to get workers safely back on-site.
With the first wave of lithium-ion batteries approaching end-of-life, Neometals is set to build a demonstration recycling plant in partnership with Germany’s SMS Group.
Tech stocks are the winners as low inflation descends to deflation – The Australian Financial Review
Fund managers expect a sustained period of low prices ahead, which may encourage further investment in technology companies at the expense of unloved stocks.
Local start-ups are preparing to line up against global tech giants to build a new claims systems for the NDIS.
The prudential regulator has dashed investor hopes for a relaxing of guidance on dividends and instructed banks not to exceed payout ratios of 50 per cent in 2020.
The lockdown has seen Jia Du’s clients ask if they have data in their system that can help them better track rapidly changing consumer behaviour as well as better manage staff working remotely.
The alliance between the Auckland power network owner and Amazon Web Services will use data analytics and machine learning to deliver new products to customers in the rapidly changing energy market.
NSW police and Chinese authorities are warning members of the community about a sophisticated phone scam targeting international students and known as a “virtual kidnapping”.