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Where $10K will work best

Money magazine 3 mins read

November’s Money magazine leads with the big question: where to put $10,000? We use this as a measure to take the temperature of a range of investment options. We then delve into some important practical issues, including: is now the time to buy a second-hand EV? what are the best ways to use a credit card as a cashflow aid in times of trouble? and how to tweak your super in ways that will pay off, tenfold.  

 

We also feature Matilda’s gold-star goalie Mackenzie Arnold talking about her fitness and finance journey, and look into the impact of vanishing bank branches in regional Australia. Pick up your copy of the November issue of Money, out now.

 

 

Where is the best place to invest $10,000 and why? This month Money magazine asked eight finance professionals, from a chief economist to a market strategist, an investment director to a small business owner, where they would place $10,000 and why. From ETFs to shares, bonds to gold and superannuation, their answers and rationales are fascinating reading.  Pick up your copy of the November issue of Money, out now. 

 

In this month’s cover story, you’ll find:  

  • Bright spots in our economic slowdown 
  • How to cash in on innovations 
  • The argument for a return to saving 
  • Why ETFs are a good investment refuge  
  • How investing in yourself pays off  

 

The November issue also features:  
 

At last, EVs are becoming more affordable  

The arrival of more models in Australia as well as big savings from new fringe benefit tax rules are pushing the costs of second-hand electric vehicles down. Is now the time to consider buying your first EV? 

 

A personal story of a changing life 

Matthew Gibbs spent 19 years working for the Australian Securities Exchange before resigning this year to write, teach and share his passion for… Shakespeare. In this issue he shares how he’s reigning in his family’s spending to accommodate his change in income… in ways both big and small. 

 

How the baby drought is a sign of tough times 

A growing number of young adults are resigned to life without children as economic and climate worries scuttle their plans. We dive into the co-relation between finances and fertility. 

 

The sweet spot in property investing  

While the commercial property sector may be suffering, the future looks bright for industrial property investors. Pam Walkley investigates why industrial returns are flourishing and how to get skin in the game.  

 

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Money is Australia’s longest-running, highest-selling and most-read personal finance magazine. Founded in 1999, Money magazine provides credible, independent and easy-to-understand financial information, helping readers to earn more, save more and make the most of their investments.

Money magazine is a Rainmaker Group company.

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About Rainmaker Group

The Rainmaker Group was founded in 1992 and has established a reputation as a leading financial services information company in Australia providing market intelligence, industry research, media and publishing, events and consulting services.

Rainmaker produces strategic, tactical, and analytical information about the financial services industry predominantly for superannuation funds, investment managers, financial planners and consumers.

The Rainmaker Group comprises: Rainmaker Information, Financial Standard, FS Aspire CPD, Industry Moves, FS Sustainability and Money magazine.

Rainmaker Group is owned by Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) and is part of its ISS Market Intelligence business.

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P. 02 8234 7514

E. julian.clarkstone@rainmaker.com.au

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