11 June 2021 - Capital Cities Lead the Property Charge
Australian property prices continue to
rise, with values up 7% in the three months to May. This represents the
sharpest quarterly increase since November 1988, as investors return to the
market in droves. While regional markets have surged all year, and prices were
high across the nation, state capitals achieved renewed momentum as buyers
regain confidence in Australia's biggest cities.
7 June 2021 - What is the Typical Aussie Income
If you've ever wondered what the average
Australian earns each year, you are certainly not alone. The $200,000 tax
bracket has been getting lots of attention in recent weeks, as both the Liberal
and Labour leaders attempt to define the "top end of town" without
alienating the common worker. As it turns out, $200,000 per year is far from
typical, with the average income roughly one-quarter of that amount. Let's take
a look at annual earnings data in Australia, based on official figures from the
Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
4 June 2021 - Dreams, Memories & Future Events
Dreams are opaque, mysterious, and often
impossible to comprehend through the lens of waking consciousness. Despite the
subjective and riddle-like nature of many dreams, however, scientific studies
into their meaning and value do occur from time to time. According to one new
study from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, dreams are the result of a
deep cognitive process that combines fragments of multiple life experiences
with the anticipation of future life events.
1 June 2021 - Winter Activities for Families
Winter is the perfect time to slow down,
take stock, and look within. As a family, winter presents a great opportunity
to spend valuable time with the people you love. While not everyone is a fan of
the colder months, winter can be incredibly productive and fun when you give it
a chance. From cosy evenings cooking to wild walks in the forest, let's take a
look at some great winter activities for the whole family to enjoy.
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