The Abbott government and Labor opposition have refused to back the Productivity Commission's call to prevent older workers from accessing their super before they turn 65.
Christine Long Those with terminal illness can now get their super more easily. But there are other issues which need to be faced.
Emily Chantiri Why do some people reach financial targets and others do not? What's the secret of their success?
Clancy Yeates Despite recent scandals in banking, customer satisfaction is at a 20-year high.
David Potts The important numbers of the week.
David Potts The scary part about the recent market turmoil is that supposedly safe stocks like the banks were among the worst performers.
John Collett The extension of the time limit the terminally ill have to access their super is welcome, but there are potential traps.
Gareth Hutchens The Commonwealth budget would save $7 billion a year if workers were prevented from accessing their super before they turned 65.
John Collett Despite big falls on sharemarkets in the days prior to June 30 because of the Greek debt crisis, super funds have finished the financial year with strong returns.
John Collett The start of a new financial year is a good time to review your financial affairs, especially if they're keeping you awake at night, writes John Collett.