Largest cities in the world 1500 to 2100

The information in this chart is fascinating from both an historical perspective as well as what it predicts. It also guarantees you'll be the breakfast table expert every time.

Investors are becoming more ethically conscious

Investors worldwide are becoming more actively engaged with where their money is being invested, with flows into ESG products continuing to build momentum.

ATO ruling may offer solution to NALE issues

Amendments being made to contribution ruling TR 2010/1 may provide a fix to some of the significant issues with the non-arm’s length expenditure rules, said the SMSF Association.

Weighing up value and growth

What's the difference between value and growth investing, and how can you incorporate these investment factors into your portfolio?

SMSFs still experiencing delays with SuperStream

The latest version of the SuperStream standards has made the SMSF rollover process slower and more complicated, according to around half of SMSF professionals in an industry poll.

Mistakes to avoid when markets are turbulent

Decisions made in response to short-term events will invariably have negative long-term consequences, so avoid these three common mistakes if you can

APRA proposes updates to super data transparency

The prudential regulator is planning to publish data on all super products and investment options for the first time.

Vaccination rates (Dose)

61.4% of the world population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 10.2 billion doses have been administered globally, and 18.22 million are now administered each day. Only 10% of people in low-income countries have received at least one dose.

Federal Budget 2022 – Overview

  The following is a breakdown of the major parts of the Federal Budget delivered last night by the Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg.   

Countries with highest life expectancy (1800 – 2099)

  In line with our ongoing theme of videos concerning global trends and statistics, this video looks at life expectancy over two hundred years.